RIT Coast-to-Coast 2 – Max Ferguson

Update: RIT finishes the coast to coast run in 12 days, 3 hours and 48 minutes to break the old RIT record by over two full days. Max Ferguson held one of the fastest paces for the entire run in the low 6’s. Good job Max and RIT.

Alumni Max Ferguson (’03) is running in a historic commemoration of the first coast-to-coast run by RIT in 1979. The run began on Wednesday November 17th and in the first three days they have run over 620 miles – bringing them from San Diego to their current position just past the Rockies in New Mexico. According to their website they are ahead of record pace and running at an average of 9.25 MPH (mid-6 minute pace).

If you are interested in following along with this historic even and Max’s progress please view the RIT Coast-to-Coast Run website, you can find daily updates posted to their blog.