This year's Pi Day 5k is in the books, and not only did participants enjoy the flat course through North River Shores, they also embraced the mild February weather during the evening race.
Stuart 54-year-old Tom Nisa was the overall top finisher with a time of 20:27, while Sandra Andersson, a 33-year-old from Wellington, was the top female finisher. The top two FAWE finishers were 10-year-old Maxwell Gozdz, who ran the 5k in 24:10, and Lucy Mayer, 9, who finished in 26:04.
There were over 100 runners on the 5k course, while the youngest racers participated in the 100-yard Radius Run (5-younger) and half-mile Diameter Dash (ages 6-11).
Race organizer and PTA co-president Lynne Campbell presented awards, and all 5k finishers received a glow-in-the-dark medal. This race is one of many in the Treasure Coast Challenge Series and is one of the FAWE PTA's top fundraisers.
Thank you to all the supporters and volunteers who aided in making this event one of our community's favorites!