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Chilly Half and Frosty 5K 2019 results

The Chilly Half and Frosty 5K are southern Ontario's way of bidding a hopeful goodbye to winter weather

The sun came out for this morning’s Chilly Half and Frosty 5K in Burlington, Ont., and the lack of wind made for some excellent finishing times, despite a partial diversion due to construction on the course. Falling six weeks before the Boston Marathon, the half is a magnet for some of southern Ontario’s big names as well as recreational athletes looking for a tuneup race. Toronto’s Sami Jibril and Hamilton’s Victoria Coates broke the tape in the half, while Phil Parrot-Migas of Mississauga (who also won in 2018) and Tanis Bolton of Paris, Ont. were the winners of the 5K.

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Tanis Bolton. Photo: Maxine Gravina

Jibril, 29, a fixture of the Toronto running scene, ran 1:06:49, and was followed across the finish line by Taylor Kraayenbrink of Sarnia in 1:07:17 and Jeff Costen of Toronto in 1:08:52. In the women’s half, Coates ran 1:15:24, followed by London, Ont.’s Leslie Sexton in 1:15:25 and Toronto’s Lyndsay Tessier in 1:15:58.

In the 5K, Bolton ran 17:21, with Erin Mawhinney of Burlington (17:51) and Sarah Cranmer-Byng of Mississauga (17:52) in second and third place, with Parrot-Migas running 15:15, followed by Taylor Cornwall of St. Mary’s in 15:24 and Preston Borg of Mississauga in 15:28.

Krista DuChene. Photo: Maxine Gravina
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Krista DuChene of Brantford, Ont. was the top master’s female, in 1:18:22, while Francois Landry of Sherbrooke, Que. was first master’s male, in 1:11:40.

Highlights of the popular event (the half-marathon sold out this year) include post-race Stagg Chili, Steam Whistle beer and a New Balance Quarter-Zip Technical Top. 

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