Many thanks to @RunCRS @RunCRSWest @alnbrookes for yet another magnificent race and thanks to @skechersGO @Skechers_Canada @Runnersoulleth @ChinookCoyotes for your great support over the years. 7th victory is so sweet at #scotiahalf. pic.twitter.com/H36flOhAud
— kip Kangogo (@KipKangogo) June 24, 2018
Lethbridge, Alta.’s Kip Kangogo won his seventh Vancouver Half-Marathon yesterday as 6,500 runners took to the streets for the half and 5K yesterday. His time was 1:07:23. And local girl Dayna Pidhoresky was top female, with a time of 1:13:04, a week after her fourth-place finish at the Toronto Waterfront 10K.
Toronto’s Sasha Gollish (winner of the Toronto Waterfront 10K last weekend) was second in the half, in a time of 1:15:04, and Cold Lake Alberta’s Emily Setlack was third, in 1:14:44. On the men’s side, Anthony Tomsich of Seattle was second in the half, with a time of 1:08:03, and Benard Onsare of Calgary was third, in 10:09:36.
.@alnbrookes @RunCRS More than 6,500 runners, including 4,100 in the half-marathon, made the 20th Scotiabank Half and 5K and superb success Sunday morning in perfect weather! My musical photo recap https://t.co/GN1LXZVwV5 pic.twitter.com/9l8kAyOPTa
— Gord Kurenoff (@Ohgord) June 24, 2018
In the 5K, Mark Klassen was first, in 16:36. Thomas Ditchfield was second, in 16:56, and Ricardo Escalante Carrillo third, in 17:13. On the women’s side, Stephanie McGregor was first, in 19:17. Megan McPhee was second, in 20:10. And Megan Watt was third, in 21:55.
Full results are available here.