STARR report

The Sooke Trail and Road Runners compete in the Comox Valley RV Half-Marathon

The sixth race of the 2012 Frontrunners Island Race Series, the Comox Valley RV Half-Marathon, was held 18 March. Down from 509 in 2011, 431 runners came out to run the mildly undulating course through the Comox Valley.

The Sooke Trail and Road Runners had nine runners in seven various age groups with five top 10 finishes. Leading the STARRs was Sarah-Mae Pyndus (25-29) in a time of 1:35:34 (2011 time 1:54:23). Pyndus was fourth in a field of 23 and good for 109th overall (25:44).

The overall winner was Jim Finlayson (40-44) from APEX Runners with a course record of 1:07:29 and a sprint time of 17:47.

 

 

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