Tuesday November 25, 2014

Running for charity huge success

Staff Photos by Dan Calef

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Over two-hundred runners and walkers turned out for the 8th annual Health Foundation Charity Road Race on Sunday, August 17th.

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Participants raised over $29,000 dollars which will be used to purchase equipment for the new integrated primary care clinic that will open at the end of September.

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Race Results
Junior 2 Km
1st – Jemimah Adefolarin    in 9:53
2nd – Seth McFarlane    in 9:54
3rd – Owen Watrych    in 10:32
Women’s 5 km
1st - Brandy Blahut    with a time of 21:18
2nd – Amy Petersen    with a time of 23:02
3rd – Emily Kruger    with a time of 25:26
Women’s 10 km
1st – Avery Westburg    in 41:35
2nd – Melissa Petersen    in 43:19
3rd – Sarah Parobec    in 44:25
Women’s Half Marathon
1st - Brooke Mentanko    in 1:31:21
2nd – Emma Smallwood    in 1:55:39
3rd – Susan Smallwood    in 1:56:21
Men’s 5km
1st – Logan Mathieson    in 17:22
2nd – Ryan Cox    in 19:44
3rd – Dave Olsen    in 20:40
Men’s 10 km
1st – James Lorenzen    in 35:15
2nd – Rahul Bhattacharyya    in 36:00
3rd – Marcel McFarlane      in 40:22
Men’s Half Marathon
1st – Stephan Smit    in 1:23:43
2nd – Darren Yakimishyn    in 1:24:02
3rd – Dylan Stryde    in 1:26:41



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