31st Annual AVS Run
. . . the Oldest Professional Society Run in the
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
1012 nm (5Km for non-nanos)
Time and Place:
a.m. - Nashville!
Our 31st Annual AVS Run, the oldest
professional society run on our planet, will
be held with our 58th International
AVS Symposium & Exhibition in Dolly-esk Nashville, Tennessee.
This year's race will take place along a
suitable hilly course specially designed by
race connoisseur Bridget Rogers. The entry
fee gives you a run shirt (tastefully
designed), race number, refreshments,
awards, and some special surprise as usual!
The run records are still held by Mike
Martini (who ran this event in an astounding
14:46!) and by Heidi Denton (18:17).
The race will be held on Wednesday morning
at a time that will allow runners to make
the first sessions. The awards ceremony will
be held Wednesday noon - at the
run-registration area. The CORPORATE RACE
and the DIVISIONS AND GROUPS RACE will be
highlights again this year. Each team
representing a corporate entity (university,
unemployed, research organization, stimulus
applicant, manufacturer, homeless, etc.) or
Division/Group must have 3 team members to
qualify. Times are handicapped by age and
sex. In the interest of enhancing the
already billowing AVS membership, non-AVS
members will be time penalized.
The CORPORATE CUP is still held by the fast,
but now-ageing BATTELLE PNL team - which
expects to be challenged more than ever this
year - in Opryland!
CUP in San Jose was captured by the VTD (I
think)! You can contact the Race Director if
you have questions or suggestions
Nashville is a great place to run!
further information please contact:
National Renewable Energy Lab.
1617 Cole Boulevard
Golden, CO 80401