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Patty Boom Boom Races to the Top
by Sue TL Fox
April 14,  2014
     
   
   


 

(APR 14)  WBAN has been following female boxer Patricia "Boom Boom" Alcivar in and "out" of the ring for many years now.  She is not only an amazing boxer in the ring---but she is also a stellar athletic in other areas "outside" the ring.

On Sunday, April 13th, at the VanCortlandt Park, in Bronx, New York, Alcivar, aka Patty Boom Boom, competed in the Urban Environmental X-C 10k Trail Race.

Alcivar was feeling a little nervous making her way to the starting line as it is the toughest trail race in New York City [NYC],  taking the participants through 6.2 miles of technical single track and difficult terrain.   The field was highly competitive with many participants showing up due to the true arrival of spring. 

It took Alcivar one mile into the race to warm up before finding her pace. Her consistent cross training throughout the winter months paid off during the challenging uphill segments of the race and rewarding her with a great top 10 female finish and 3rd in her age division.  NOT to mention the prize of NYC's best Carrot Cake!

Alcivar loves running and she told WBAN that it helps keep her in shape when she is not fighting.  She was just a mere 16 years old when she ran in her  first NYC Marathon.

Alcivar told WBAN, "Finishing my first marathon gave me the self confidence I needed at the time and I was hooked."

She has also managed to run at least one to two marathons each year since then and she has completed a total of 19 thus far, including 10 NYC Marathons, 2 Boston, 2 Marine Corps, 1 Chicago, Philadelphia, Steamtown, Washington DC and Seattle Marathons.

WBAN would like to give a big congratulations to Alcivar in regards to her impressive finish yesterday in the race and a special "thanks" for keeping boxing fans updated on what she is doing "outside" the ring! 

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