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Giving it a Tri

Two hundred and twelve competitors crossed the finish line at the 14th annual City of Langley Tri-It Triathlon on Sunday morning.

The event also raised $500, which will be donated to the Douglas Park Community School Society and be used to purchase some much-needed equipment for the City school.

The top three finishers for each category are:

The U7 division saw competitors swim 25m, bike 1.1km and run 600m.

Male — 1. Austin Tomlinson (9:07) 2. Jackson McKinney ( 9:17) 3. Cole Secord (9:40).

Female — 1. Sierra Hamilton (8:59) 2. Keira Faulkner (10:16) 3. Juliette Rittscher (10:51).

The eight/nine age group saw the participants swim 100m, bike 3.4km and run 1.5km.

Male — 1. Lynden Savard (18:28)  2. Nate Funke (18:41) 3. Hugo Takaki (18:51).

Female — 1. Hannah Cramer (19:16) 2. Caryse McCartney (20:17) 3. Adria Hallsworth-Clarke (20:20).

The 10/11 division had participants swim 150m, bike 5.1km and run 2.5km.

Male — 1. Quinn St. Pierre (29:07) 2. Carter Smith ( 29:26) 3. Aaron Schurch (31:30).

Female — 1. Molly Dolphin (29:27) 2. Taya McCartney (32:08) 3. Rachel Dreger (32:20).

The 12 to 14 age group swam 300m, biked 8.5km and ran 2.5km.

Male — 1. Evan Durrant (28:24) 2. Wyatt Schnare (29:33) 3. Drew Tryssenaar (32:40).

Female — 1. April St. Pierre (34:14) 2. Kiona Foley (35:29) 3. Serena Bath (38:58).

And in the adult division, competitors swam 400m, biked 21km and ran 5km.

Male — 1. Jack McDougall (1:02:10) 2. Tom Barichello (1:05:02) 3. Bill Converse (1:07:24).

Female — 1. Alenna Langhorst (1:10:53) 2. Adele Van Wyk (1:11:14) 3. Fiona Moes (1:14:06).

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