So, despite the dreary weather, we rocked out at the first annual Jingle Blast Tri-K road race this morning. On a personal level I managed to avoid any major wipeouts on the remaining sidewalk ice and CNHB somehow put off the harbor dunking that is her destiny for another year. Some rain kicked in at the halfway point during the lazy lap around William Prescott and the Bunker Hill Monument but nothing like the steady downpour later in the morning. The final route (roughly Freedom-trail shaped) brought us back over the locks between the Zakim and Charlestown Bridges where unfortunately many of the Matisse bells weren’t working. Still, gorgeous scenery of light rain on a flat and still Charles. A strong push in the North End secured me a top-five finish. Check the bottom center for impressive race metrics from the remarkable trailguru app (courtesy of our wet winner). Thanks to everyone (six woo!) who came out.