DULUTH, Ga. — Josime Treso averaged a 6:08 mile as he cruised to victory in the Fifth Annual Fast Track 5K.
Treso, 48, finished the race with a total time of 19:04.
Victoria Winslow, 26, averaged a 6:21 mile to claim the overall female title, finishing the race in 19:44.
Hundreds of spectators and runners turned out for the Fast Track 5K in Downtown Duluth. The annual race benefits programming and restoration efforts at the Southeastern Railway Museum, Georgia’s Official Transportation History Museum.
Other category winners in this year’s race were:
- 10 & under: Miles Heintz (male) and Erika Wilson (female)
- 11-14: Nahshon Hill (male) and Karys Delaney (female)
- 15-19: Philip Pyo (male) and Bianca Cangiano (female)
- 20-24: Ashton Alcorn (female) and Austin Perry (male)
- 25-29: Victoria Winslow (female) and Dacosta Smith (male)
- 30-34: Christina Boyles (female) and Rob MacGregor (male)
- 35-39: Matt McNair (male) and Melissa Poole-Dubin (female)
- 40-44: Douglas Franks (male) and Sandy Duncan (female)
- 45-49: Josime Treso (male) and Shayne Bedeker (female)
- 50-54: Ting Lin (male) and Jean Harrivel (female)
- 55-59: David Winslow (male) and Barbara Bickley (female)
- 60-64: Bryan Simmons (male) and Ruth King (female)
- 65-69: Tim Montroy (male)
- 70 & older: Bill Gardner (male)
For more information, visit SoutheasternRailwayMuseum.org.