PHOTO: Getting the feet dirty!

237 racers took part in the Dirty Feet races at Mount Macpherson on Sunday.

71 racers take off at the start of the five kilometre Dirty Feet trail race at Mount Macpherson on Sunday

71 racers take off at the start of the five kilometre Dirty Feet trail race at Mount Macpherson on Sunday, Aug. 16.

All told, 237 people took part in the five kilometre, 10 kilometre and 21 kilometre events, including about 70 from Revelstoke. Runners ranged in age from five-year-old Liam Jackson to 67-year-old Barb Little.

Winners were Sean Mackenzie and Elaine Carelse in the 5K, Warren Fink and Chantel Jeffrey in the 10K, and Kurt Behnsen and Carly Moran in the 21K. For complete results, visit the Dirty Feet website.

~ Photo contributed

 

 

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