Sea to Sky athletes invade Vancouver half-marathon 

More than a dozen Sea to Sky athletes took part in the annual Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon on Sunday, June 28, running 21.1 km in a field of close to 4,000 athletes.

The top Whistler runner was Gregory Camirand, who placed 106 th overall and 20 th out of 217 men in the 25 to 29 age category. He crossed the finish line with a chip time of one hour, 28 minutes and 44 seconds, averaging a kilometre every 4:13.

Laura Pulleyblank was 182 nd out of 2,032 women in the race, as well as 35 th out of 368 racers in the women's 25 to 29 category, with a time of 1:45:26.

William Huckvale was 32 nd in men's 20 to 24, also finishing in 1:45:26.

Chris Gamel was 46 th in men's 50 to 54 in 1:46:48.

Suzann Rowden was 65 th in women's 30 to 34 in 1:50:26.

Liz Brownlie was 60 th in women's 40 to 44 in 1:51:41.

Albert Kurniadi was 59 th in men's 20 to 24 in 1:57:41.

Leanna Niewerth was 95 th in women's 45 to 49 in 2:03:43.

Chrissy Robinson was 177 th in women's 40 to 44 in 2:13:24.

Taralyn Day was 298 th in women's 30 to 34 in 2:24:03.

Karen Thomson was 308 th in women's 30 34 in 2:26:42.

Keenan Deringer was 215 th in men's 25 to 29 in 2:44:12.

The fastest Pemberton runner was Paul Vacirca, who placed 92 nd overall and fifth out of 188 men in the 45 to 49 group. He finished in 1:27:27, averaging 4:09 per kilometre.

Daniel Cindric was 105 th in 25 to 29 men in 1:48:19.

Jennifer Glavas was 55 th in women's 30 to 34 in 1:49:00.

Close behind, Carlee Howell was 57 th in women's 30 to 34 in 1:49:05.

The fastest Squamish runner was Emma Seguss, 10 th in women's 35 to 39 in 1:36:08.

Graham Teanby was 13 th in men's 40 to 44 in 1:56:02.

David Thomson was 137 th in men's 40 to 44 in 1:56:33.

Kelly Churchill was 258 th in women's 35 to 39 in 2:16:07.

Nicole Haine was 259 th in women's 35 to 39 in 2:16:15.

Patricia Rudiak was 198 th in women's 45 to 49 in 2:52:01.

Complete results are posted at www.raceheadquarters.com.

While some athletes were content to run a half, two Whistler locals drove to Seattle to take part in the Rock and Roll Marathon.

Brandi Higgins and Doris Ellis ran together, completing the 42.2 km course in 5:11:06 and 5:11:07. 

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