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Racers brave chilly weather for Historic Half Marathon

Just under 700 runners took part in the annual Trinity Western University Fort Langley Historic Half Marathon on Sunday morning. Duane Foley (#102) finished second overall with a time of 1:30.34.7, just a few seconds behind Lawerce Brown’s 1:26.55.0. Three hundred and 70 runners participated in the half marathon, with another 187 in the 10km and 100 in the 5 km. Kevin Heinze won the 10km event in 40:27.8 while Olivia Willett was tops in the 5km with a time of 19:35.6. - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
Just under 700 runners took part in the annual Trinity Western University Fort Langley Historic Half Marathon on Sunday morning. Duane Foley (#102) finished second overall with a time of 1:30.34.7, just a few seconds behind Lawerce Brown’s 1:26.55.0. Three hundred and 70 runners participated in the half marathon, with another 187 in the 10km and 100 in the 5 km. Kevin Heinze won the 10km event in 40:27.8 while Olivia Willett was tops in the 5km with a time of 19:35.6.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times

Just under 700 runners took part in the annual Trinity Western University Fort Langley Historic Half Marathon on Sunday morning.

Three hundred and 70 runners participated in the half marathon, with another 187 in the 10km and 100 in the 5km.

The race winners were Lawerce Brown (1:26.55.0) in the half marathon, Kevin Heinze (40:27.8) in the 10km and Olivia Willett (19:35.6) in the 5km.

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