The fifth annual Run To Remember 5k Walk/Run was held Sunday morning as more than 160 runners participated in the event designed to “bring healing, love and support for all families, faculty and community members by celebrating the memories of loved ones.”
The mental challenge of completing a marathon, all 26.2 miles, can be as daunting as the physical, especially for amateurs.
“Everywhere is energy,” Nikola Tesla, the brilliant scientist and inventor, once said. His dream, his mission in life, was to harness that energy.
Chalk this one up for the “older” guys.
In running, young legs help, but veteran know-how comes in handy, too.
As he begins to sprint, the world falls silent.
The crowd noise shuts off as if hitting a mute button. He hears no footsteps of the sprinters next to him, no instructions shouted by coaches.
Before the start of the Run to Remember 5K at Riverhead High School Sunday morning, Luke Coulter assured his former coach, Patrick Burke, that he would win.
More than 250 runners turned out Sunday morning for the 19th annual Jamesport Sound to Bay 10K and 5K, presented by the Jamesport Fire Department.
Grab a costume along with some running shoes Saturday.
Riverhead High School will be the site of the second annual Trick or Trot 5K & Fun Run.