Race leader Ryan Mundall (120) leads brother James Mundall (119) at the 2.5 kilometre mark on Sunday’s 12-kilometre Grizzly Bear Run in Revelstoke. James later wiped the smile off his brother’s face

Grizzly Bear Run 2011

Race leader Ryan Mundall (120) leads brother James Mundall (119) at the 2.5 kilometre mark on Sunday’s 12-kilometre Grizzly Bear Run in Revelstoke.

Race leader Ryan Mundall (120) leads brother James Mundall (119) at the 2.5 kilometre mark on Sunday’s 12-kilometre Grizzly Bear Run in Revelstoke. James later wiped the smile off his brother’s face, pulling ahead to win the Interior Running Association-sanctioned event with a time of 48:40, while Ryan slipped back to finish fourth overall with a time of 50:41. Revelstoke’s Jesse Anchikoski finished 2nd at 50:19, while Vernon racer Michael Stoll rounded out the top three with a time of 50:35. Revelstoke’s Sarah Newton finished first amongst women (7th overall) with a time of 52:22. Revelstoke sisters Brittany Evans and Megan Evans crossed the line next at 52:54 and 52:56.

See the Interior Running Association website and scroll down to June 26 for a complete list of times.

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