However, here is the race course:
Now keep in mind that my training route has more than a 150 feet elevation change for the big downhill in the middle where the race course maxes out at around 40 feet (in one climb) for that climb in the middle.
So I'll spend part of this afternoon mapping out courses around my neighborhood. You can't tell very well on the first elevation graph but from .5 mile to 1 mile is about a 30-40 feet long climb so it's closer to what I will be dealing with. I don't have to deal with that monster hill in the first graph but if I start from my house all other courses will give me another significant long climb from mile 2-3, which is what I'm trying to avoid at this point in my training but I guess it's better to train and get used to that so the 5k feels much easier.