Triathlon in pictures

Pharmasave Christina Lake Triathlon was held Sunday, June 28.

  • Jul. 2, 2015 3:00 p.m.

Pharmasave Christina Lake Triathlon

The 11th Annual Pharmasave Christina Lake Triathlon was held on Sunday, June 28. The triathlon featured both a KidSprint and Adult Sprint Distance events. Despite blistering temperatures, the kids swam 100 metres, biked six kilometers and ran three kilometers. Adults swam 750 metres, biked 20 kilometres, then ran five kilometers. Claiming first overall in the KidSprint were Luella Faulkner, 11, of Grand Forks and Ryan Dorgelo, 13, of Christina Lake. Overall winner in the adult female division was Amanda Sjoden, 33, of Grand Forks; overall male was Kurt Beerens, 31, of Nelson. the Nelson trio of Richard Marchard, Denise Uhrynuk and Keiran Marchard took first place in the team division.

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