Positive turnout at Reino Run

More than 160 runners took to the trails of Larch Hills in the Reino Run last Sunday.

More than 160 runners took to the trails of Larch Hills in the Reino Run last Sunday.

In the 8.5-kilometre course, 136 runners completed, while 38 ran the 2.5-km course.

Runners from across the southern B.C. Interior attended the annual event, and the farthest competitor from home came from Germany.

Weather conditions were very good at race time, overcast, calm and about 10 degrees.

Top female runner in the 8.5-km event was Annie Bergen of Kelowna  with Elaine Carelse being the top local.

In the male 8.5-km, Trevor Haaheim of Vernon took the top spot, not for the first time. Timothy Mundall was the top Salmon Arm runner.

Samantha Vukadinovic of Deep Creek, followed by her sister Hilary were top two in the 2.5-km.

Mitchell Bond of Vernon topped the male side of this race with Eric Moore the top Salmon Arm runner.

Proceeds supported the Larch Hills Junior Racers.

 

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