The weather was almost perfect for this year’s TRI-IT Triathlon

Results are in: Langley City’s TRI-IT Triathlon big success

Dry weather was great news for those who tested their endurance in Al Anderson Pool and on the roads around City Park June 12.

  • Jun. 13, 2016 12:00 p.m.




Held under relatively cool temperatures and a partly sunny sky, Sunday’s 16th annual TRI-IT Triathlon had a reflective feel to it.

Six months after the passing of TRI-IT advocate and former Langley City Councillor Dave Hall, the triathlon now includes the Dave Hall Classic Division (60-plus age group) in his honour.

The event – which included laps in Al Anderson Pool followed by cycling and then running on the roads around City Park – had categories for youth ages 5-14, adults, seniors, and relay teams of up to three people. Prizes were awarded to the first place male and female participant in each age category.

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Results are:

Kids 5-7 (37 participants)

1st Oliver Sada, 2nd Pavle Mladenovic, 3rd Nicole Tomlinson (first among five- to seven-year-old girls)

Kids 8-9 (39 participants)

1st Ashlyn Adams, 2nd Bodhi Matthew, 3rd Bernardo Sada

Kids 10-11 (16 participants)

1st Nate Funke, 2nd Quinn Funke, 3rd Jacob Tamashiro. First place 10-11 girl was Yasmin Bath, who took sixth overall.

Kids 12-14 (16 participants)

1st Wyatt Scnare, 2nd Quinn St.Pierre, 3rd Matt Trent. First place 12-14 girl was Serena Bath, who ended up fifth overall.

Adults 15-plus (43 participants)

1st Mark Schurch, 2nd Benjamin Schmidt, 3rd Alan St.Pierre. Top placing female was Renee Agnew, who finished sixth overall

Adults 15-plus relay teams (10 teams)

1st June Parapini, 2nd Questionable Runner, 3rd Lisa Janzen

Dave Hall Classic 60-plus age group (six participants)

1st Jack MacDougall, 2nd Brenda Lightfoot, 3rd Marg McGuire-Grout.

• For more photos from Sunday’s TRI-IT Triathlon, click here.

 

 

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