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.




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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