The second weekend in December is always Run Barbados Race Weekend, which draws lots of Canadian elites. This year, Yves Sikubwabo defended his 10K (32:16) and half-marathon (1:13:09) titles, winning both events for the second year in a row.
Run Barbados race weekend featured a mile on Friday, a 5K and 10K on Saturday and a half-marathon and marathon on Sunday. The Friday and Saturday events were in the evening, and the Sunday events were held in the morning, as daytime temperatures can get extremely hot.
Wodak in the 10K. Photo: Inge Johnson
Yves Sikubwabo in the 10K. Photo: Inge Johnson
Yves Sikubwabo in the half. Photo: Inge Johnson
Sarah Inglis half-marathon. Photo: Inge Johnson
In the women’s results, Natasha Wodak won the 10K (36:08) and honourary Canadian Sarah Inglis won the half (1:22:14).
Wodak and Inglis are coming off very strong performances at last weekend’s Canadian national cross-country championships, where Inglis placed second to Canadian steeplechase record-holder Gen Lalonde and Wodak finished fourth.
Wodak was given and accepted a bid at the upcoming Pan Am Cross-Country Cup, which will take place in Victoria in February.
Full results from the weekend can be found here.