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Hayden Painting tops in division at Sun Run

The Hayden Painting team took top spot in the real estate/development and construction division at the Vancouver Sun Run on April 27. The team consists of (bottom row left to right) Kim Hall, Ryan Hayden, Chris Dalhuisen, Eli Mara, Jordan Mara, Graeme Wells) and (top row left to right) Mike Stewart, Mitch McDougal, Kevin Reeve, Miles Hayden, and Paul Brar. - submitted photo
The Hayden Painting team took top spot in the real estate/development and construction division at the Vancouver Sun Run on April 27. The team consists of (bottom row left to right) Kim Hall, Ryan Hayden, Chris Dalhuisen, Eli Mara, Jordan Mara, Graeme Wells) and (top row left to right) Mike Stewart, Mitch McDougal, Kevin Reeve, Miles Hayden, and Paul Brar.
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Hayden Painting took top spot in the real estate/development and construction division at the Vancouver Sun Run on Sunday.

The Langley-based painting company had an average 10-km time of 40:48 over their 10 runners to defeat the 2013 champions in the division, Ledcor Group.

Leading the way was Hayden Painting’s Ryan Hayden, who finished 11th in the Sun Run’s men’s 30-34 category with a time of 33:52.

Other top results for Langley runners included:

Female — Taylor Janzen (second, 16-18) 42:45; Angela Shaw (10th, 19-24) 41:23; Carmen Ballard (seventh, 25-29) 37:57; Charlene Janzen (seventh, 40-44) 41:30; Cheryl Stevenson (seventh, 45-49) 42:30; Kathie Schellenberg (ninth, 50-54) 45:59; Frances Steinfeld (sixth, 75-79) 1:21:03.

Male — Tom Barichello (14th, 55-59) 42:31; Alex Taylor (18th, 65-69) 53:12; Jack Airone (third, 90-94) 1:55.40.

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