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Arlington Cooperation Foundation announced plans for two small races in August, a downhill mile on Tuesday, August 7, at 7 pm, starting from Marymount University, limited to 25 participants, with a net elevation drop of 238 feet; and the County Fair Mile on Sunday, August 19, at am, at Thomas Jefferson Community Center.
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Bobby Grohs, 33, ran, biked, and ran the Blackwater Traverse Duathlon (Run 12K - Cycle 73K - Run 8K) in Cambridge, Md., finishing 22nd in .44. Joe Racine, 29, ran the fastest net time at DCRRC's Age-Graded 4 Mile at Carderock, finishing in net.
Age-grading set him back by 18 minutes and 44 seconds, so he finished eighth.
Among the women, Elizabeth Jones, 30, of Midland VA took the gold in , and Arlington's finishers were Debra Edmond, 57, sixth in and first in her age group; and Colleen Creighton, 34, sixth in .
The next race in the series in Thursday, July 26, at pm at Bluemont Park. Arlington Cooperation Foundation announced plans for two low-key races in August, the Downhill Mile on Tuesday, August 7, at pm, from Marymount University to Military Road, limited to 25 participants; and the County Fair Mile, " Sunday, August 19, at am, around the fitness trail and County Fairgrounds at Thomas Jefferson Community Center. DC Road Runners Club's one-mile and 3000-meter track championships are on Wednesday, July 25, at Washington-Lee High School, and its Bluemont 5K is Thursday, August 2, at 7 pm at Bluemont Park. Joe La Monte, 26, dominated Potomac Valley Track Club's outdoor all-comers meet at Langley High School on Sunday.
Later in the day, in the 3000 meter (1.86 miles), he opened up a ten-second margin to win in .8.
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Robyn Hoeschen, 26, was sixth in ; and Alissa Bibb, 25, ran for ninth place, with her whole family in town from Jericho, Vt.Vaclav Malek, 24, long-jumped 1.93 meters (6'4") for second in that event; and James Barr, 39, took fourth with 1.73m (5'8").