Meet the LetsRun.com Poster Who Does Not Have a Super Hot Wife, A Sub-14 5k PR, or a Million-Dollar Job
January 5, 2021
We love our prediction contests on LetsRun.com not only because they make watching track and field a little more entertaining, but also because we learn about the interesting people who make up the LetsRun.com community.
We did an impromptu The Marathon Project prediction contest on our forums and our winners once again showed themselves to be very smart and very passionate about running. This contest was simple, predict the winners of the races with the winning time, and whoever came closest won.
Dylan Mitlof won the men’s contest, missing Martin Hehir‘s winning time by only six seconds. Dylan is getting a masters degree in Data Analytics from Binghamton University. Dylan’s parents were both runners and he started running in middle school. And then in 2016, he started following professional running and had a life-changing moment, “I discovered Letsrun.com and was hooked.” Soon he’ll be making his half-marathon debut.
In the women’s contest, two posters both missed Sara Hall‘s winning time by only 2 seconds.
Anthony Stohr was one of them and like Dylan sounds really smart. He’s a senior chemical engineering student at Northeastern University in Boston and he will be starting a PHd program later this year. Anthony’s high school team won three Class C track championships in Rhode Island. He’s had the injury bug in college, but can hope for some of Marty Hehir’s grad school success.
Our final winner who tied Anthony is a true unicorn, the LetsRun.com poster who has not pulled off the LetsRun.com “trifecta” of making a million dollars a year, have a super-hot spouse, and a sub-14 minute 5k PR. His name is Chen H. We’re withholding his last name to protect his identity since he is not the normal LRC poster.
The bio Chen sent us was pretty funny so we’re posting it below in its entirety. All of our winners, get the LetsRun.com shirt of their choice. If you’re looking for one of the softest running shirts out there, we’ve got you covered.