Posted by Editor on 06/5/09
Fort St. John, BC - June 4, 2009
Courtesy Pat Ferris
Pat Ferris had the fastest time on Thursday night at the Aurora Engineering Personal Best night at Baldonnel. He had a time of 25:51 minutes for 16 kilometres. Gilbert Bilodeau was second at 27:32 and Roger St. Jean third at 27:49. Gord Harris was fourth at 28:07 and Les Elliott fifth at 28:47. The season high number of twenty eight riders competed in cool and windy conditions.
Christina Woodruff won the 8 kilometre event with a time of 16:12. Brandon Joice was second at 17:10, Dawn Gladysz third at 17:15 and Jordy Doerksen 4th at 21:49.
The winners of the Personal Best Awards were Dawn Gladysz who shaved 1:04 off her time for the 8 kilometre course and Gilbert Bilodeau who took 3 seconds off his time for 16 kilometres.
Other 16 kilometre times were Cam Chiorando 28:54, Darren Guliov 29:17, Simon Andrews 29:44, Richard Wood 29:57, Dean Lowry 30:01, Kathryn Fairweather 30:25, Barb Polehoykie 30:30, Sam Keats 30:31, Floyd Polehoykie 31:40, Pat Egan 23:23, Adam Bilodeau 33:21, Larry Joice 33:44, Ken Nix 33:46, Melanie Chapple 34:16, Owen Giebelhaus 34:57, Adam Currie 35:12, Clayton Woodruff 35:47, Kevin Fell Jr 36:00 and Hilda Bilodeau 39:27.
Thank you to Sandy McDonald for organizing and timing this event!
* Sunday is the FSJ Triathlon
* Also Sunday is a Montney Store road race at 2 pm from the rail tracks on the Montney Highway.
The Blizzards are also busy racing elsewhere, this weekend:
* Colter Young is racing the tough Mount Hood stage race in Oregon. He was 53rd of 180 riders in the Pro – 1 – 2 class in the opening time trial.
* Wanda Laliberte is in Invermere to compete with her team in the 36 hour ‘Full Moon in June’ adventure race.
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