On Saturday, in Town Park, FUSJR presents the Average Jo(e) Race. It is a triathlon designed for the not-so-hardcore athlete in all of us! Like a triathlon, the course consists of three legs; however, ours is a bit more relaxed.
Following the race is our After Party , which consists of live music, libations, and a ceremony to award this year’s most Average Jo(e). We will also award other not-so-average participants for creative costumes and other not-so-average anti
Race of the Average Jo(e)-the Jo(e) that posts the most average time (that is the mean, not the median or the mode, though these numerical positions often receive recognition as well). Other prizes are awarded for creative costumes, creative (but not necessarily buoyant) flotation devices, in addition to bonus points added for consumption of high caloric treats at our sponsored comfort stations, gears on the race bike in excess of one, any flip flops lost during the race, or any other element that makes the participant more or less average.
Congratulations to local family Team Musgrove for completing the race with an average time of 2 hours, 32 minutes & 28 seconds!!
Jerry Hancock #68 along with his team Sweet and Juicy Coconuts hurdled the course via shopping cart
#40 & 41 Michael and Candace Nickles floated on some giant frogs through the very low San Juan River. (anyone have a picture of their frogs? We're searching for a photo??)
Brad and Sarah Kinser were "Pixelated"
Jacob Appenzeller and Ember Baca amazed the trainers at the CrossFit Comfort Station at Yamaguchi Park with their walking hand stand and burpees. Jacob also won best male costume.
Beckett Schofield was part of
Team Tom Cruise-a-thong and completed the race with his parents in 2 hours, 1 minute and 12 seconds.
Ball Handlers from Santa Fe New Mexico
So much creativity from everyone this year with costumes.