Since the Pandemic hit, Berkshire Running Center has hosted a series of virtual races keeping the competitive spirit alive in the Berkshire County running community.
Runners don’t ask for much: the right pair of shoes, an open road with mindful drivers, and maybe even the wind at their backs but one thing most certainly missing during the COVID-19 outbreak is the thrill of race day.
Berkshire Running Center owner Kent Lemmewas the first to admit that the virtual races are not ideal. Runners can often find another gear when racing in a tight pack but this simply is not an option with social distancing not being an option.
But these virtual races still allow some sense of competition and runners can not only look to best their own times but compare them to others.
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