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Lime Creek Nature Center Timber Trot held October 2



This news story was published on October 9, 2021.
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A trail at the Lime Creek Nature Center

MASON CITY – The Lime Creek Nature Center Timber Trot was held on October 2 at the Lime Creek Conservation Area. The event was sponsored by the Cerro Gordo County Conservation Board, Lime Creek Nature Center, Splash Multisport, North Iowa Human Powered Trails, North Iowa Touring Club, Wayne’s Ski and Cycle, and Fox River Socks.

The results of the five-mile run were as follows:

OVERALL WINNERS:
Male – Charlie Paul – 29:00
Female – Mandi Pralle – 39:58

AGE GROUP WINNERS:
Male 20 & Under: Sawyer Berg – 45:09
Female 20 & Under: Ella Petree – 42:50
Male 21-29: Eric Miller – 38:47
Female 21-29: Allyssa Barragan – 52:17
Male 30-39: Charlie Paul – 29:00
Female 30-39: Ruth Delano – 43:33
Male 40-49: Adam Callanan – 39:25
Female 40-49: Mandi Pralle – 39:48
Male 50-59: Abdi Ahari – 44:55
Female 50-59: Christina Colman – 49:24
Male 60 & Over: Dave Nauman – 38:34
Female 60 & Over: Lynne Nelson – 52:14

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One Response to Lime Creek Nature Center Timber Trot held October 2

  1. Bicycle Annie Reply Report comment

    October 10, 2021 at 2:27 am

    Science is a tool. An ideology of thought. Based on debate it tends waste time and energy. You only have divine revelations of thought when it proceeds in a liner fashion of discourse with another. Only so much energy is released and no things on the this earth will change that ever. And when you get side tracked you wasted it and it’s gone. Like in a conversation. Debating like in a science based mindset. Wasting the energy and time it takes as opposed to solving the problem instantly. There’s is only one truth. Chasing around patterns like in science is dumb. But it’s fun.