That is a very valid point....and yet I am left with the belief that running a race in the snow and ice presents as nothing short of dangerous.
For the adults in the lineup, that’s simply a question of assumption of the risk. But it’s not the adults I’m thinking of....its the pee wees.
To be square, I’ve never really understood why the MRANN schedules, year in and year out, always seem to have a February race in snow country.
Keep in mind that MRANN does not schedule the races, the clubs schedule and put on the races.