(TC10K Frontrunners)

Congrats to the nearly 7,500 participants taking part in this year’s TC10K!

The race saw people run, walk, pushed, wheeled and even dress up in costumes for the event which saw it’s largest attendance since COVID.

The weather was perfect for 34th annual TC10K, allowing the participants to take in the beautiful and scenic route complemented.

Thomas Nobbs, the men’s champion from Vancouver, crossed the finish line in 29 minutes and 43 seconds. Despite being twice affected by the virus at its peak, he persevered and emerged victorious.

For the third time, Dayna Pidhoresky finished first for the women’s with a timing 34:32. She also finished first in 2017 and 2018.

In addition to the main race, there was also a 1.5 KM Thrifty Foods Family Run.  Here are 11 photos from the race day:

(Frontrunners / Facebook)



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