Pictured from left: Jaren Ventin and Simon Wiebe look cheerful to see the finish line during the 33rd annual Wild Goose Chase Fun Run in Vanderhoof on May 1.

Pictured from left: Jaren Ventin and Simon Wiebe look cheerful to see the finish line during the 33rd annual Wild Goose Chase Fun Run in Vanderhoof on May 1.

Vanderhoof Wild Goose Chase Fun Run results

More than 300 people participated in the 33d annual Wild Goose Chase Fun Run in Vanderhoof on May 1. Participants had to register to run either an Eight km loop or a 3.5 km loop. Results were as follows:

More than 300 people participated in the 33d annual Wild Goose Chase Fun Run in Vanderhoof on May 1. Participants had to register to run either an Eight km loop or a 3.5 km loop. Results were as follows:

In the 3.5 km mens foot-race, 103 people took part. In the age eight and under category, from first to fifth place was Eric Anderson, Hyatt Verduzco, Ethan Davy, Jonah Lazar and Lachlan Pedersen. In the age 9-12 category from first to fifth place was Simon Nemethy, Kyle Boucher, Tyler Bublitz, Ethan Coleman and Kyle Bublitz.  In the Age 13-15 category from first to fifth place was Alexander Nemethy, Blake Kingsley, Matthew Ebert, Jordan Unger and Nolan Friesen. In the Age 16 plus category from first to fifth place was Nathan Bancroft, Riley Wallace, Riley Boucher, A.J. Hartwig-Clay and Keith Friesen. The overall winner was Nathan Bancroft with a time of 0:12:20.

In the eight km mens foot-race there were 37 participants. In the age 17 – 19 category from first to fifth place was Bryce Gladdish, Austin Bartell, Rob Vogt, Ben Scott and Theo Mlynowski. In the age 30-39 category from first to fifth place was Sam Lazar, Ben Wiebe, Simon Rose, Craig Houghton and Jeremy Seely. In the age 40 – 49 category from first to fifth place was Monte Jezewsky, Peter Chodakowski, Richard Van Erp, Cory Fletcher and Ian Stephen. In the age 50 plus category from first to fifth place was Detler Schilling, Greg Yeomans, Doug McComb, Alan Buswell and John Powers. The overall winner was Bryce Gladdish with a time of 0:29:21.

In the 3.5 km women’s footrace there were 124 participants. In the eight and under age category from first to firth place was Jerrica Martens, Faith Klassen, Rebekah Aebischer, Zoe Stephen and Sylen Klassen. In the age 9 – 12 category from first to fifth place was Mikalie Culberson, Nicole Bublitz, Georgia Verduzco, Alexandra Aebischer and Leah Pippy. In the age 13 – 15 category from first to fifth place was Cierra Verduzco, Julia Steinbach, Stephanie Ludwig, Sara McBride and Sarah Ebert. In the age 16 plus category from first to fifth place was Macy Jezewsky, Jodie Pereira, Dawne Persson, Tara Beal and Sharalyn Barg. The overall winner was Cierra Verduzco with a time of 0:14:10.

In the 8 km women’s foot-race there were 52 participants. In the age 17 29 category from first to fifth place was Jacqui Benson, Hilary Desmarais, Amanda Ebert, Caroline Morgan, Jaine Yeomans and Laura Burkholder. In the age 30 – 39 category from first to fifth place was Cathy Lepiodevin-Scott, Jody Pedersen, Sarah Barr, Colleen Mullin and Tamara Kostya. In the age 40 – 49 category from first to fifth place was Angela Wheeler, Tammy Jezewsky, Nicole Ebert, Karen Wall and Ronda Kingsley. In the age 50 plus category from first to fifth place was Martha McBride, Claire Radcliffe, Lorraine Beach, Maureen Deacon and Sylvia Legary. The overall winner was Jacqui Bensen with a time of 0:32:34.

 

 

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