Little wins age group in 15K

Wayne Little takes first in 45-59 age group at the Blackwell Dairy 15k in Kamloops.

Vernon Morning Star Staff

Rick Brewster of Kamloops won the Blackwell Dairy 15K on Sunday in Kamloops in 56:59, followed by Cailan Libby of Kelowna and Josh Heinrich of Penticton, both in 58 minutes even.

Yvonne Timewell of Kamloops was the female winner, finishing 11th overall in 1:03:35. She runs in the 45-49 section.

The men’s 45-49 category was won by Wayne Little of Ashcroft, in 59:38. The men’s 55-59 age group winner was Kris Malczynski of Kelowna.

Cathy Brown of Coldstream took fifth in women’s 45-49 in 1:18:59, while Wendy Krasuin of Armstrong was third in 50-54 in 1:23:36.

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