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Learning to run is fun

They travelled to Vancouver to take part in the Vancouver Sun Run

This semester the MEMSS’s FEM PE 11 and 12 students completed a learn to run 10K program or a learn to run 10K faster program over 12 weeks.

The class trained together three days a week from January 31 until the third week of April.

At the completion of the training 23 of the 30 students in the class travelled to Vancouver to take part in the Vancouver Sun Run.

This year the team placed 56 out of 97 schools entered in the School Team Category, with a time of 9:56:37 (59:40).

Individual results are below:

1 51:20 Annabelle Lemay

2 56:25 Hannah Durrant

3 56:44 Campbell Koshinsky

4 58:10 Sarah Chaulk

5 58:58 Megan Couto

6 1:02:34 Ferron Ouwehand-Minchin

7 1:02:35 Rebecca Whitmell

8 1:03:02 Carly Thompson

9 1:03:20 Quinn Amado

10 1:03:29 Alexis Botelho

11 (1:03:55) Zoe Sivyer

12 (1:04:15) Dannie Ruff

13 (1:06:05) Haley Orr

14 (1:08:50) Taya Hill

15 (1:08:50) Sherryanne Smeader

16 (1:09:22) Taylor Malcolm-Cabral

17 (1:14:49) Aisha Sousa

18 (1:16:22) Mariah Nunes

19 (1:21:19) Susan Dobbin

20 (1:22:06) Terry Smeader

21 (1:22:54) Jordyn Zanella

22 (1:23:09) Amy Lane

23 (1:23:37) Carrissa Woods Robinson

24 (1:26:47) Sujitra Pornprasitt

25 (1:31:50) Emma Trzos

26 (1:32:57) Nichaphat Mills

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