Nate Jenkins finished second overall in the Level Renner 10k on Sunday, earning himself a cool $100 in the process, but he still found himself in a most undesirable position: no man’s land. Eventual winner Amos Sang took it out hard and steadily put ground between himself and Nate. Nate’s 31:10 was a good 36 seconds behind the winner, but also nearly a 90 seconds ahead of third place (David Wilson, 32:39). A frontrunner like Nate must surely be used to running by himself though, and it clearly didn’t impact his race since he still ran pretty fast time.
For more on Nate’s race, check out our interview. Jim Dandeneau once again took the lead:
We also should mention that Nate grabbed some more loot at the race. He won himself a Garmin Forerunner 610 watch in our post-race raffle. It was one of three Garmin watches on the table courtesy of New England Running Company. Not a bad morning for Nate at all.