The weather this year was perfect for the 12th running of Louisville Lovin’ the Hills. The temp started in the 30’s and rose to 60 as the day went on. The trail was in great condition. The park crew,and Larry Hilton, have done a wonderful job in keeping the trails clear. The course was well marked, which I thank Dee Maynard and Ed Kirk for their help. All this along with the fantastic volunteers made for a great day! Central High School Track Team worked the water stops and they are always the best. Sweaty Sheep also helped which we are thankful!
The 6 mile course record was set this year by Anthony Kuntz in an impressive 39:16. Suzan Ribenboim won for the women in a time of 53:53. Mike Baird ran a fast race in 1:56 for the 15 mile win with Alicia Heine as the female…
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