Little in the foreground during last June’s annual Ashcroft Hellclimb from Ashcroft to Logan Lake.

Ashcroft’s Little finishes second

Wayne Little finishes second in the men's five-kilometre "2012 North Face Dirty Feet Trail Run" in Kamloops.

  • Apr. 10, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Kamloops This Week

The first race of the 2012 North Face Dirty Feet Trail Run series was held on a sunny day in Kamloops in late March.

Runners from across B.C. and Alberta – 203 of them – chose between five-kilometre, 10-kilometre and half-marathon distances and traversed the Bachelor Heights trails of North Kamloops.

The top-three finishers in the female five-kilometre division were Kathleen Wright of Chase (20:26), Emma McLeod of Kamloops (22:11) and Chantel Jeffrey of Blind Bay (23:41).

Jimmy Fenwick of Kamloops (18:26), Wayne Little of Ashcroft (19:19) and Greig Taylor of Kamloops (20:07) were the top-three finishers in the men’s five-kilometre division.

In the female 10-kilometre race, Jennifer Elfenbein of Kamloops (49:55), Elise Desjardine of Kamloops (51:08) and Shauna Tsuchiya of Kamloops (51:37) were the top-three finishers.

Jason Ladyman of Kamloops (41:51), Josh Oostenbrink of Kamloops (44:45) and Brad Maki of Kamloops (47:05) were the top-three finishers in the men’s 10-kilometre race.

The top-three finishers in the female 21-kilometre race were Tracy Garneau of Jasper (1:39:12), Tiffany Hornbeck of Kamloops (1:42:30) and Tara Klassen of Kamloops (1:42:30).

On the men’s side of the 21-kilometre race, Richard Brewster of Kamloops (1:29:26), Dave MacDowell of Jasper (1:32:08) and Michael Stoll of Vernon ( 1:38:23) were the top-three finishers.

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