Migonis Multisport Takes on The Goat and Eau Claire 10 mile road race, 1/2 marathon

05/02/2016 » Syracuse, NY, Eau Claire, WI » Event Website

It was a day of rain and less than ideal conditions at the 38th annual Mountain Goat 10 mile run.  However, the weather didn’t stop four Migonis Multisport athletes from racing very well at the ultra-tough race which reaches some of the highest points in Syracuse.  Randy Hadzor led the way breaking the tape in 57:53 which was good enough for 11th overall.  Kellie Nasiff continued her very busy spring by running her way to a new personal best time of 1:30:50.  That time was nearly 3 minutes faster than her previous best mark on the Goat course.  Ryan Elliott, who also has been racing a lot this spring, finished in a time of 1:15:17 which was good enough for 181 place overall out of the over 2,000 racers.  Not to be outdone by the busy racing schedules of Kellie and Ryan, Lauren Polak, who was racing her third 10+ mile length race in the past five weeks, came across the line in a great time of 1:26:34.  All four of these individuals have been more than impressive with their racing this season.  They all look to be off to a great start to some fantastic races and times the remainder of the 2016 season.  Great job Randy, Kellie, Ryan and Polak.  Excellent job everyone!!! http://leonetiming.com/

One of the newest members of Migonis Multisport, Taylor Schaa Wilmoth competed in the Eau Claire half-marathon in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.  Unlike the Mountain Goat, the Eau Claire Half-marathon was a very hot day and provided a glimpse of what looks to be a very warm summer for racing in the mid-west.  Taylor crossed the line in a solid time of 1:54:38 and 17th in her age-group.  Taylor is training for Ironman Wisconsin, which is held in September.  Great job Taylor. http://www.mtecresults.com/race/show/3864

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