Back to Richmond for live tv for the 10th running of the Monument Avenue 10K, the fourth largest 10K in the U.S. I also spoke to some school ckids and at some other events prior to race day. The race has more than 35,000 runners and features a total of $25,000 in prize money with $7,500 for the champion. The race also features a real fun opportunity for any lucky pre-registered entrant, the AT & T Dash for Cash. One lucky participant in the 10k on March 28 is given a head start to race against the top finisher. Here’s how it works: The contest draws one random winner from among everyone who has registered by March 1. That person is given a pre-determined head start on the course based on their most recent 10K time if available. This year’s lucky contestant, Anne Parker of Midlothian got advice and guidance prior to the race from the contest’s honorary coach which happened to be me. When the race begins at 8:30 a.m., the contestant will try to out-run the rest of the field to the finish line. The person who crosses the finish line first will win the $2,500 prize. This year, Ann did it and won by a nose. Congrats Ann.