What’d we say last week about the weather? This time it was even more wintry. Chill #2 was plenty cold with significant snow over the entire 3.1 miles, thereby ensuring slower finishing times across the board. RDs Bob and Sarah kept things groovy, far out, and radical with this week’s 1960s theme. A handful of runners got into the 60s spirit with tie-dyes and a large peace sign marked the course’s major turn.
For now, it’s calling for a high of 50 degrees for next Sunday’s Winter Chill #3. Next week we’ll jump two decades ahead and celebrate the 80s. Trust us–it’s worth showing up just to see Bob decked out in his neon spandex!
Detailed results on Webscorer.
|1||Rich Heffron||Ithaca, NY||34||Male||19:05|
|3||Michael Surrena||Ithaca, NY||27||Male||21:24|
|5||Pete Kresock||Ithaca, NY||35||Male||22:43|
|6||Andrew Alexander||Ithaca, NY||31||Male||23:00|
|7||Klaas Van Wijk||Ithaca, NY||57||Male||23:21|
|9||Gerrit Van Loon||Ithaca, NY||56||Male||24:14|
|10||Frances Chen||Ithaca, NY||27||Female||24:17|
|13||Mark Jauquet||Ithaca, NY||51||Male||25:25|
|16||Kristina Hugar||Ithaca, NY||33||Female||27:23|
|19||Rachel Nascimento||Ithaca, NY||39||Female||27:42|
|20||Sophia Darling||Groton, NY||43||Female||28:14|
|21||Terry Mattice||Ithaca, NY||59||Male||28:52|
|22||Timothy Lin||Ithaca, NY||27||Male||28:55|
|25||Hillary Creedon||Ithaca, NY||27||Female||29:16|
|27||Steve Ryan||Ithaca, NY||66||Male||29:41|
|29||Chris Proulx||Ithaca, NY||49||Male||29:45|
|30||Michelle Dardia||Freeville, NY||58||Female||29:58|
|31||Kristen Angierski||Depew, NY||27||Female||30:10|
|33||Wendy Kozlowski||Lansing, NY||47||Female||31:17|
|34||Lucas Darling||Groton, NY||12||Male||33:16|
|36||Christopher Crooker||Ithaca, NY||52||Male||34:45|
|37||Amy Ross||Spencer, NY||50||Female||37:14|
|38||Lisa Dann||Lansing, NY||44||Female||37:52|
|39||Bonnie Jo Coughlin||Ithaca, NY||50||Female||38:06|
|40||Gretchen Ryan||Ithaca, NY||41||Female||44:29|
|41||Marilyn Garin||Trumansburg, NY||33||Female||46:43|
|42||Philip Garin||Ithaca, NY||38||Male||46:44|
The Winter Chill 5K series is an excuse to get out of the house every Sunday in January and run a low-key race with fellow FLRC members in weather that can range from downright balmy to wonderfully wintry. All four races are free to FLRC members, and if you’re not already in the club, you can sign up for membership for just $20.
The races start behind the hockey rink at Cass Park and follow the Waterfront Trail along the Cayuga Inlet before going under the Route 89 bridge and turning around near the Cass Park Turtle & Garden. No road crossings!
Some people may organize informal post-event meals after the first three Winter Chill races, and everyone is invited to brunch after the final race.
Warm up your New Year’s resolutions (or proud lack thereof!) and drag your friends along for the fun!
The races start and finish behind the hockey rink at Cass Park (701 Taughannock Blvd, Ithaca, NY 14850). There is plenty of free parking at Cass Park.
The race starts at 11 AM. Day-of-race registration and bib pick-up from 10:30 AM–10:45 AM.
Online pre-registration is strongly encouraged! Save time in the cold—sign up for membership first.
Day-of-race registration closes at 10:45 AM. You will be issued a numbered bib which will be used for all four races.
Re-use your bib for each race!
Free for FLRC members. Membership costs $20 (individual) or $35 (family) for the series.
- Beware that the wind off the inlet may be very cold. Wear appropriate clothing and lots of it!
The trail may be icy. Please exercise caution when running and passing others.
FLRC and the City of Ithaca make reasonable efforts to ensure a clear path, but cannot guarantee one.
- You must be an FLRC member to run!
Make sure to bring your bib from the first race to each subsequent race.
Restrooms and changing facilities are available in the main building of Cass Park.
There will be no water stops on the course—they might freeze, and it’s only a 5K.
Post-race food and drink will be provided.
Results will be announced at the race and will also be available at the FLRC Web site afterward.
- For remaining questions, contact race directors Bob Talda (email@example.com) or Sarah Drumheller.
- You must check in for each event so we know who is running.
No dogs, headphones, or jogging strollers. These make the race dangerous for everyone.
The race directors reserve the right to reject any entry for any reason.
All runners must follow the directions of course marshals or risk being disqualified.
This race is organized by the Finger Lakes Runners Club and insured by the Road Runners Club of America.