Sun, participants shine bright at Christina Lake triathlon

Christina Lake held their 10th annual triathlon on Sunday morning.

It was a great start for the youth division at the Christina Lake triathlon on Sunday.

Christina Lake held their 10th annual triathlon on Sunday morning. The triathlon featured individuals and teams taking in three seperate sections: swim, bike and run.

The kids (7-12) went first at 8:30 a.m. followed by the adults. After the race, participants were treated to chili and potatoes served by the Grand Forks Rotary Club.

 

Adult Sprint Event

76 Participants

1st Male, Jackson Konkin, Trail, 1:14:17

1st Female, Amanda Sjoden, 1:22:00

1st Team, The Go Girls, Grand Forks, 1:28:56 (Laura Lewis, Krista

Chursinoff, Keely Devries

 

Kidsprint Event (ages 7 to 13)

39 Participants

1st Male, Syd Ashmead, Calgary, 0:31:53

1st Female, Talia Symington-Kruuf, Rossland, 0:38:10

1st Team, The Dorgelo Team, Christina Lake, 0:28:41 (William Henne, Ryan

Dorgelo, Cody Olsen)

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