Chantale St. Pierre

Bella Coola comes out for fifth annual Sun Run

Bella Coola comes out in droves for fifth annual Sun Run

A beautiful blue sky greeted the participants on Saturday, March 9. This event marks the halfway point in the 10km walk/run program sponsored by SportMedBC and Active Communities Bella Coola. Half of

Congratulations to all 29 walk/runners!  There were 14 runners, 8 walkers and 8 in strollers. The Biggest Adult team was the winner of the $100 prize. Good Luck to those preparing for the “Tough Mudders” competition; Tanya More, Shauna DeGrace, Fawn Gundersen, Banci Haneuse and Chantale St.Pierre.  Apparently this is “the toughest event on the planet” and will be held at Whistler Olympic Park. (More on this later!)

A special mention goes out to our most senior walker, Gord Hallam, and to our youngest runner, Morgan Bolieau. Special thanks to the dedication of Bert Snow and Dana Drugan, who have come out to every Tuesday’s group walk/run training! Remember to put Sat. April 20 at 9am on your calendar for the 5 or 10km walk/run.

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