Blaine "Cannonball" Richter won Challenge Cup #13 in Grande Prairie, Sunday, with a time of 2:06:29 hours for the 75 km Tee Pee Creek circuit. Pat Ferris of the Blizzards was second at 2:17:03 and GPís Dave Kay third at 2:23:10.
Peter King of the Blizzards won the 40 km distance with a 1:24:50 and Ken Nix was second at 1:30:00.
Steve Magusin of GP won the 20 km with 40:00 minutes and Estelle Nix was second at 55:00.
Grande Prairie won the day, narrowly, with 33 points to the Blizzards 30. The Blizzards still have a solid lead in the series with 575 points to GPís 302 and DCís 209.
Two more races to go, of the fifteen race series.
Other times in the 75 k were Dave Jaeger 2:25:47, Sandy McDonald 2:32:10 and Francis Plum 2:33:12.
Gord "The Hammer" Harris was in Penticton to do his second Ironman and Colter Young is doing the Tour of Belize. No results available at press time.
-Final Thursday Baldonnel time trial of the season at 7 pm .
-A weekend of Mountain Bike – River Madness coming up. The first is Sunday and the next is holiday Monday, both at 2 pm at Beatton River Park.
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