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Race results from Round the Mountain 2013

The Round the Mountain race was recently held in Kimberley on a rainy June 22 and despite the weather, hundreds turned out to walk, run and mountain bike their way to victory, or at least to finish.

Krystal Moreau from Fernie took the Female Open 10k run event, with Jo Ellen Floer from Cranbrook winning the Female Masters 10k run category.

In the 20k Female Open category, Nadyia Fry from Invermere took the honours, with Margaret Radermacher from Kimberley winning in the Masters category.

Heidi Berry, from Fernie, won the Female Open Mountain Bike competition and Beverlee Murdoch from Kimberley won in the Female Masters division.

In the Male Open 20k run, Forest Latimer from Fernie won gold with Frank Ackermann, from Kimberley winning in the Masters division. In the 10k run, Ron Lentz from Fernie won.

Mark Dyck, from Invermere, won the Male Open Mountain Bike competition, with Charlie Cooper from Kimberley taking the title in the Master’s category.

In the Female Junior Duo competition, Molly Miller from Kimberley won, with Ross Parker, from Cranbrook winning in the Men’s Junior Duo category.

Jakub Sumbers from Invermere won in the Men’s Open 40k Duo competition, with Stephanie McGregor winning in the Female Open 40k Duo contest. Cherie Cooper, from Kimberley, won in the Female Master’s category and Chris Nakahara, from Kimberley came in first in the Men’s Masters division.

For more information, visit roundthemountain.ca.

All photos by Amber Garofano

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