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The 10 km event featured a large number of Peace Region Runners, as approximately 50 racers from Fort St. John, Dawson Creek and Charlie Lake took part, with the majority of local participants representing Fort St. John.

Fort St. John’s top three finishers included Norma Webster, finishing atop the Energetic City runners with a time of 54:14 minutes. Allen Cummings came in second at 56:15.8, while Adam Reaburn came in third at 57:12.

Dawson Creek’s top participant was Dekota Maltais, who finished atop Mile-0 runners with a time of 56:29.3. Tyler Strong was second at 56:36.8 and Brooklyn Lindstrom third at 57:16.1.

Charlie Lake’s lone participant, Perry Shular finished with a time of 1:09:39.2.

Regina’s Kelly Wiebe finished first in the entire event, finishing in the top spot with an impressive time of 29:12.3.

For a complete look at this year’s results, visit the Run’s official website.

The Vancouver Sun Run is Canada’s largest 10K road race, featuring a beautiful scenic course which begins in Vancouver’s downtown core at Burrard Street and Georgia Street. Racers enjoy the downhill start as they make their way towards Stanley Park, winding their way through the city’s gorgeous downtown, then wrap up across the Cambie Street Bridge for the final stretch across the bridge to the finish line.

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