A Pot At The End Of The Minute Man 10K?

When Laurey Tussing headed to Compo early this morning for the Westport Young Woman’s League 36th annual Minute Man 10K race, she wasn’t sure what to expect.

It was her 1st organized run since moving to Westport from Chicago.

She found a very well organized event. Her excellent time — 56:11 — was good for 105th out of 225 women, and 37th of 80 in her age group.

She found something else too, just before 8 a.m.:

Compo beach rainbow - Laurey Tussing

Laurey says, “Kudos to the WYWL for putting on such a great event!”

And right back at you, Laurey, for taking this shot — and sharing it with “06880.”

But Laurey is not yet a full-fledged Westporter. She added this PS: “Go Blackhawks!”

 

2 responses to “A Pot At The End Of The Minute Man 10K?

  1. Nancy Hunter Wilson

    A beautiful photo of what seems to be perfect running weather!
    The 10k Vancouver Sun Run (which is more like a walk until the 5k mark because of the thousands who enter) was also held today, in less than sunny weather. Kudos to all who organized and participated!

    p.s. I’d conclude with “Go Canucks!”, but that ship sailed long ago.

  2. Joanne Heller

    Thank you Laurey and all those that ran today. WYWL supports 40 local charities with the proceeds from the Minute Man Race and CraftWestport.