SEP 28, 2016 WAWA: Two Lollipops and a Gumball!

This week’s WAWA is run-focused….and we’re running to the candy store….so to speak!

A few weeks back, we did a run workout called “A Baptist, a Presbyterian, and a Methodist Go Out for a Run” . I’m modifying that workout for this week, removing some of the extra stuff, and creating a pure, running workout.

Participates will have three pieces of candy to collect, figuratively speaking:  a Big Lollipop, a Small Lollipop, and a Gumball.  Each candy piece represents a run route which closely traces the outline of that sweet treat!

Big Lollipop route:  Start in front of the Cornwell Center.  Run down Selwyn Avenue just past the Gold Man statue at the corner of Queens and Providence.  Turn right and head down Providence.  Turn right onto Oxford Place.  Turn left back onto Queens/Selwyn and head back to the Cornwell Center.

Route is approximately 1.5 miles.

Little Lollipop route:  Start in front of the Cornwell Center.  Run down Selwyn Avenue to the Oxford Place intersection.  Turn right then right again onto Beverly then right onto Sherwood.  Follow Sherwood back to Queens/Selwyn.  Turn left and head back to the Cornwell Center.

Route is approximately 1.0 mile.

Gumball route:  Start in front of the Cornwell Center.  Run to the corner of Selwyn & Queens; the point where Queens Road takes a sharp right turn.  Follow Queens around then turn right onto Roswell Road.  Follow Roswell to the intersection of Wellesley.  Turn right, then right again onto Selwyn.  Head back to the Cornwell Center.

Route is approximately three-quarters of a mile.

Participants will choose their “candy”.  Here are some options:

Option 1:  

Two Big Lollipops and a Gumball:  approx. 3.75 miles

Option 2:  

Big Lollipop, Little Lollipop and Gumball:  approx. 3:25 miles

Option 3:

Little Lollipop and two Gumballs:  approx. 2.5 miles

Regardless of what route anyone chooses, we’ll gather at 6:25 am to cool down and hear the devotional.

See you in the morning, ready to go at 5:40 am!  Meet by the front door to the Cornwell Center.

 

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