Local runners shine at Miracle Beach

The River Runners Running club hosted the Miracle Beach 10K and 5K races on Sunday October 16. 153 runners participated along with 44 children in the Kids Fun Run.

The River Runners Running club hosted the Miracle Beach 10K and 5K races on Sunday October 16.  153 runners participated along with 44 children in the Kids Fun Run.

The 10K race was won by local runner Mark Cryderman in 33:25.  He was followed by Campbell River’s Ernie Lucas in 35:46.

Third place was Richard Light from Duncan in 36:12.  In the women’s division Sophia Souter won in 43.53.  Local runner and triathlete, Sandra Milligan came in close behind at 44:23.

In third place was Stephanie Renwick in 45:01. The 5K road race was won by Andre Harmatiuk in 21:19.  Next was Glenn Blake who was closely followed by the first woman, Carolyn Harmatiuk in 25:26.   For the ladies Erica Spizawka was second.

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