Runners of all ages take off at the start of the Grizzly Bear Run on Sunday.

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90 people took part in the annual Grizzly Bear Run, which was hosted by the Revelstoke Credit Union on Sunday evening.

90 people took part in the annual Grizzly Bear Run, which was hosted by the Revelstoke Credit Union on Sunday evening. The fun run included everyone from the very young to the older, with lots of local youth, parents with children and a few mothers pushing their newborns in strollers and more. 68 people took part in the five kilometre run, which started in Queen Elizabeth park and looped through the Greenbelt and back up Eighth Street to the finish line. 22 people took part in the 12 kilometre run, which sent runners up to Arrow Heights before looping back to the park.

The top three in each category are as follows:

Male 5K: 1. Maxim Chane 17:52; 2. Ben MacDonald 22:12; 3. Thomas Beulah 22:56.

Female 5K: 1. Lola Chane 27:13; 2. Eden Thomas 28:42; 3. Cedar Cameron 29:08.

Male 12K: 1. Gordon Mason 53:49; 2. Michael Hayworth 54:23; 3. Raoul Mager 54:59.

Female 12K: 1. Robyn Thomas 56:25; 2. Alana Brittin 59:07; 3. Liliane Lambert 1:03:03.

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