Didn't go to Tyler. Pi day relay was a virtual event that consisted of 4 teams of 4 racing to see which group can run the most digits (that many miles per digit) of pi in a 5 hour window. Every four digits (i.e. 1st-4th, 5th-8th, 9th+ digits of pi) have to be run by all four members of the group. I assume most ran on the streets, some people probably ran on a track. Our team coordinated, and as the only guy I ran a 1, 9, then 5 in that order, totaling to 15 miles over roughly 4 hours. We tied with another team for the most digits completely ran (3.141592653 -- 10 digits). The tiebreaker was how far the last uncompleted digit was ran at the 2:00PM cutoff; both my team and the other team ran the same distance to the nearest hundredth of mile (read: within the same control circle), and the race coordinators decided that both teams each got their pies. My pie? Lemon meringue. Contested only maybe by pumpkin.