The recap of November Project Boston awesomeness, fierceness, and community free fitness is as simple as this:
We raced our faces off.
The #Sunrise6kSummerEdition has come and gone…we had 5:30 and 6:30 racers. We had a beautiful smooth loop along the Charles River to race on, with one big loop and one smaller loop between the Eliot and Arsenal St. bridges. Everyone who raced and volunteered at the race got fancy-pants #LimitedEdition Sunrise6k grassroots tags. Sorry to everyone who wasn’t there, you don’t get the tag. Nope, I’m not sorry. Everyone who was there totally earned the tag. But if you feel bad and you’re a little jealous–remember this feeling for the next Sunrise6k. And then show the fuck up.
NP_BOS’s speed is unquestionable after this morning. Among our top male and female finishers we had seriously fast times. While NP_SF’s Padraig may still technically hold the Sunrise6k record for his downhill race this past winter, our fastest tribe member was just seconds away from the record time. And we were not running downhill. Two of our racers finished under 20 minutes (that’s really fucking fast), and we shattered the standing women’s record for NP Sunrise6k.
Record your race time in the NP Tracker! Be sure to record it for the Monday June 8th workout
Take this home today: #TheTribeIsStrong #TheTribeIsFast #TheTribeIsFierce
Big shoutout to volunteers for lending a helping hand, and to our stencil maker Scott Champagne for his handy work.
We’re glad you’re all here. See you at the Stadium on Wednesday 530AM or 630AMShare via socials: