Vanderhoof runners bring home the medals

12 local runners took part in the 39th annual of the Labour Day Classic Road Race on Sept. 2 in Prince George.

Vanderhoof runners did very well in the Labour Day Classic in Prince George. They are left - to right top row: Richard

12 local runners took part in the 39th annual of the Labour Day Classic Road  Race on Sept. 2 in Prince George.

The group did very well as they brought home nine medals. NVSS XC Team (Simon Nemethy, Jasmine Funk, Julia Steinebach) were first over in  the team division in the 8.5-miler. Angela Wheeler was first overall female in the 8.5-miler. Brian Nemethy was first overall male in the 8.5-miler Alexander Nemethy was first overall male in the 5km.

Richard Van Erp was second for masters age group in the 8.5-miler Wanda Nemethy was second overall and second for her age group in the 8.5-miler Jessica Seely was first for her age group in the 5km.

 

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