Athletes participate in run and triathlon

There were a total of 420 athletes in the Giant’s Head Run and 102 in the Man of Steel Triathlon

Athletes competed in the Giant’s Head Run and Man of Steel Triathlon during the Summerland Action Festival on the weekend.

The triathlon was held during the day on Saturday, while the race, including the run portion of the triathlon, was held on Saturday evening.

There were a total of 420 athletes in the Giant’s Head Run and 102 in the Man of Steel Triathlon.

Giant’s Head Run

5 km

Male 0-10: First Liam Reid, second Tryton Bennett, third Ian Robinson.

Female 0-10: First Peyton Reip, second Maggie Hilgersom, third Anna Farbridge.

Male 11-12: First Maximilian Pateuaude, second Allistair Martin, third Max Coburn.

Female 11-12: First Emily Jell, second Andrea Brunner, third Avelyn Brown.

Male 13-15: First Jacob Mullin, second Nathan Dykstra, third Pascal Benoit.

Female 13-15: First Catherine Robinson, second Emma Grundke, third Mary Benoit.

Male 16-18: First Tieran Foley.

Female 16-18: First Cassidy Williams, second Sophie Cormillot, third Morgan Hilgersom.

Male 19-39: First Richard Xiang, second Joe Mitchell, third Nicholas Reip.

Female 19-34: First Sarah Bergstrom, second Mikhaela Bakalos, third Lori Hartskamp.

Male 40-59: First Julian Scholefield, second Paul Girard, third Greg De Gagne.

Female 35-54: First Carey Phillip, second Ann Hurst, third Vikki Casavant.

Male 60+: First Dave Olsen, second Lance Zablotney, third Don Bergstrom.

Female 55+: First Sue Filek, second Linda Bergstrom, third Kelly Kugi.

10 km

Male 0-18: First Lenny Hachey, second Arlo Kast, third Landon Zwyssig.

Male 19-39: First Graham Lyle, second Tyler Klassen, third Ahmed Qishawi.

Female 19-34: First Christina Haddrell, second Caitlin Price, third Sheri Reid.

Male 40-59: First Benjamin Achtem, second Chris Bergstrom, third Andrew Brome.

Female 35-54: First Janine Jell, second Cheryl Gowler, third Monica Saldana.

Male 60+: First Bill Mortensen, second Kevin Giese, third Al McCaig.

Female 55+: First Leslie Park.

Man of Steel

Teams

Family: First Bear Power, second NPE Squad, third Knowltons and a Wise.

Male 0-10: First Splash Dash Crash, second BA BA Sheep, third Trout Creek Sharks.

Female 0-10: First 3 Amigos, second Trout Creek Trio.

Male 11-13: First The Dominators Return, second The Little Rascals.

Female 11-13: First No Name Tri Team, second McIntosh Apples, third Flash Splash Dash.

Male 14-18: First Tripower 3 Amigos, second Intense Pickles.

Female 14-18: First Team SAM.

Male 19-49: First Kangabag Hopefuls.

Mixed 50+: First Old Blue, second Triple Threttes, third Deer Ridge Dynamos.

Individuals

Male 0-10: First Kayden Hurst, second Ryelan McDermid.

Female 0-10: First Payton Mitchell, second Isla Kast, third Taryn Weatherhead.

Male 11-13: First Casey McDermid, second Gavin Rogalsky.

Female 11-13: First Emma Scholefield, second Juliana McDiarmid.

Male 14-18: First Fred Albrechtson, second Jake Garwah.

Female 14-18: First Natalie Benoit.

Male 19-39: First Matt Temple, second Rodney Yurick, third Dustin Minty.

Female 35-54: First Tristin Wilson, second Lisa Spalding.

Male 40-59: First Joe Wessel, second Mike Cooke, third Kirby Sands.

Male 60+: First Phillip MacDonald, second George Zradicka.

Female 55+: First Katharine McClosky.

Open Rec: First David Mitchell, second Linnaea McDermid, third Lora Nield.

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