Lawlor victorious in Stettler’s Canada Day race

Hometown runner Brad Lawlor won the 10-kilometre race that was part of Stettler’s Canada Day Family Fun Run on Sunday morning.

Brad Lawlor won the 10-kilometre race in a time of 43 minutes and 27 seconds.

Hometown runner Brad Lawlor won the 10-kilometre race that was part of Stettler’s Canada Day Family Fun Run on Sunday morning.

Lawlor, a 2010 graduate of William E. Hay Composite High School, clocked a winning time of 43 minutes and 27 seconds. Second-place finisher Joel Norman had a time of 44:04.

The women’s champion was Connie McArthur, who placed fifth overall with a 48:56 showing.

There were 33 runners in the 10-kilometre field.

“We had a total of 115 runners (overall) this year, up 22 from last year,” said race director CJ Oprea. “It was our largest turnout yet.”

“Next year, we will have a new course and will be adding a three-kilometre event.”

The winner of the five-kilometre race was Kent Barritt, with a time of 22:21. The women’s champion was third-place finisher Alyssa Henderson, with a 24:30 clocking.

James Switenky (23:43) was the runner-up in the five-kilometre event.

In the one-kilometre race, Gavin McQuaid (4:26) was the overall and boys’ champion, while Emily Barritt (5:11) took the girls’ crown.

The big winner Sunday was the Heartland Youth Centre, as the event raised $350 for the centre, Oprea said.

10-kilometre race

Brad Lawlor 43.27

Joel Norman 44:04

Gregorry Jackson 46:11

Adam Frank 47:27

Connie McArthur 48:56

Chris Annand 48:56

Carl Cornelssen 49:25

Don Peterson 51:42

Carrie McQuay 52:13

Cam Doan 53:03

Megan Shapcott 53:08

Trisha Enyedy 54:59

Brett Roper 55:11

Jan Adams 55:47

Terra-Lee Adams 1:01.34

Christa Cornelssen 1:02:46

Rylee Jacobson 1:03:10

Brandi Roper 1:03:29

Kim Doan 1:04:09

Tannis Kneeland 1:04:14

Karmen Bowa 1:06:00

Jaime Thorsteinson 1:06:17

Laura Norman 1:06:47

Leah Rasmussen 1:08:52

Karen Hataley 1:08:52

Sue Penner 1:12:18

Tracy Burtnack 1:14:22

Kerry Peterson 1:15:17

Debbie Pooley 1:15:43

Vern Pooley 1:15:43

Sheldon Bridge 1:15:47

Cheryl Barros 1:16:25

Kim Bridge 1:17:39

Five-kilometre race

Kent Barritt 22:21

James Switenky 23:43

Alyssa Henderson 24:30

Riley Cornelssen 24:52

Daylan Kuefl er 24:54

Wayne Cornelssen 25:28

Todd Yaremcio 25:44

Kieran Isnor 25:47

Neal Isnor 25:52

Reece Frank 25:58

Hayley Howard 26:57

James Potko 28:27

Heather Jackson 28:38

Chris Stevens 29:19

Erin Hope 29:33

Rhonda Hope 29:36

Austin Jacobson 29:58

Monica Poettcker 30:25

Sheryna Brower 31:04

Amore du Toit 31:20

Malory Renschler 31:30

Lyndsey Coulthard 31:42

Mike Kuefl er 31:44

Sarah Cameron-Quade 32:10

Erin Leschert 32:17

Jolene Frank 32:20

Francois du Toit 32:40

Kevin Missikewitz 33:00

Lorisa Brower 33:10

Tanya Wold 33:12

Sherri Kuefl er 33:13

Michael VanButsleur 34:22

Lauren Saruga 34:30

Michelle Strome 34:36

March Renschler 34:41

Claire Aspenes 35:05

Bev Stewart 35:06

Mathijs Hanilink 36:02

Kelly Kruger 36:16

Eric Bridge 38:02

Geraldine Horne 38:17

Jason Bridge 38:20

Jaci Weir 38:44

Bernadette Jones 38:09

Deanna Potko 40:56

Rebecca Bridge 43:55

Carol Bridge 44:15

Pat Hanson 44:36

One-kilometre race

Gavin McQuaid 4:26

Grady Jackson 4:35

Thomas Hope 4:35

Clay Kneeland 4:55

Emily Barritt 5:11

Miranda Zweifel 5:25

Jared Fraser 5:36

Colby Frank 5:40

Riley Frank 5:46

Will Jackson 5:48

Brady Peterson 5:53

Stefan Oprea 6:08

Jaden Norman 6:10

Alycia Peterson 6:18

Zoe Norman 6:59

Emily Beamish 7:00

Aedin Skuce 7:00

Kylar Cornelssen 7:34

Emma Werbowesky 7:36

Shawn Werbowesky 7:56

Jaclyn Svennigsen 8:00

Amalia Renman 8:09

Gabriela Oprea 8:10

Alecsandra Oprea 8:12

Keegan Jacobson 8:14

Cheyanne Jacobson 8:15

Emma Fraser 8:29

Hannah Kneeland 8:31

Hannah Jackson 8:31

Lauren Svennigsen 8:43

Brooklyn Stewart 9:05

Jack Doan 10:25

Porter Kneeland 10:53

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