The Georgia Tech Community Treks the Virtual Pi Mile

March 31, 2020

The Georgia Tech family ran a different kind of Pi Mile this year, focused on social distancing and personal routes.

Ramblin' Wrecks across the world participated in the virtual, unofficial Pi Mile 5K race to celebrate and commemorate the traditional date for what would have been the postponed 48th annual Georgia Tech Alumni Association Pi Mile road race.

Georgia Tech runners 

60 Ramblin' Wrecks

Fastest time

15 minutes, 42 seconds

Average runtime

31 minutes, 05 seconds

Atlanta pollen count

6881 (measurement metrics)

Georgia Tech presidents participating

The one and only Ángel Cabrera, president of Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech community selfies

Pi Mile Running Trail marker, photo

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