Scotiabank Half and Full Marathon
RunnerRob finished with an outstanding new personal best of 1:14:14, placing 12th OA in a very competitive field.
Despite a few road blocks during the race (like dropping her race bib and having to run back to find it), Tracy still finished with an outstanding new PB of 1:38:40!
Justin Buis hammered a very impressive 1:41:22, taking almost 30 minutes off his PB of 2:10 from the start of the season!
Kristin Marks had a very solid PB of 1:52, taking 10 minutes off her previous best!
Holger, using this race as a tune up run, ran a very solid 3:05:45!
Helen finished with an outstanding new PB of 3:45, taking almost 15 minutes off her PB from last
Just 1 week after PBing at the Oktoberfest 10K, Aaron Mailman WON the 10K OA.
Dave had a great showing in the 25K, hammering hard and placing 2nd OA.
In the 6-hour race, Vicki managed to win OA for females with an outstanding 62.5K. This is Vicki's first OA win ever- congrats!
Andrew Heij placed 14th in the 6 hour with a very solid 55K on the day!
Heather Heij ran tough through a cold and congested lungs, finishing with just under 28K.
Steve Parke had a great showing. He ran in a pink tutu and acted as a guide for a fellow athlete (Rhonda-Marrie Avery) who also happens to be an stand-out blind runner, raising money forKidsability!
Payton and her Conestoga College teammates managed to place 3rd at the Ontario Provincial championships. Payton was 4th on her team with a solid time of 23 minutes. This is enough to qualify the girls for the National Championships in Calgary!
Ahmed Ahmed had a great showing as an individual. Without a solid team to work with, Ahmed battled hard to finish in 28th place with a time just under 31 minutes for the very technical 8K course.