UPDATED: Running, jogging and toddling at the Revelstoke Credit Union Family Fun Run

People of all ages participated in the annual Revelstoke Credit Union Family Fun Run on Sunday morning which started and finished at Queen Elizabeth Park.

The 120 rarticipants ran 2, 5 or 10 km with water stations along the course.

First place finishers in each of the 16 categories won cash prizes.

It was also one of the activities in Revelstoke that can be counted towards the Screen Smart Challenge this week.

The winners were:

2 km Fun Run

1st place girls-Mikayla MacIntosh-8:23

1st place boys-Taiko Hajek-8:22

5 km women

Under 13-Maya Royale-24:20

13-19-Rebecca Brosch-32:50

20-59-Krista Royale-24:21

60+ Barb Little-31:04

5 km men

Under 13-Zach Veninsky-21:20

13-19-Micah Jacob-30:54

20-59-Jared Kesteven-18:13

60+ No entry

10 km women

Under 20-Lutza Berkenbosch-62:49

20-58-Barbara Rose-46:46

59+ Elizabeth Kozak-84:29

10 km men

Under 20-Eric Brosch-43:13

20-58-Brett McPhedran-38:31

59+ Brett Lavelle-54:11


 

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Cedar Cameron-Harding and Rebecca Brosch dressed up to run the 5km race at the annual Revelstoke Credit Union Family Fun Run. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror

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