Lambrick runner defends hill title at Mount Doug

Nicola Theim completes 1.5-kilometre run in eight minutes and 46 seconds, Cameron Blank's time of 8:06 best among boys

Nicoal Theim reprised her role as Queen of the Hill at the annual Lambrick Park secondary run up Mount Douglas.

More than 150 students and teachers took part in the gruelling 1.5-kilometre, King and Queen of the Hill race Mount Doug, or Pkols, on Sept. 30.

It’s the 22nd annual running of the event, which is part of the school’s Terry Fox fundraising campaign.

Both winners were in Grade 10, with Theim cutting 14 seconds off her 2015 winning time to get up the hill in eight minutes and 46 seconds.

Cameron Blank is the new king of the hill, making it up in 8:06. He bested Austin Somers, who cut 11 seconds off his 2015 time to finish second among the boys in 8:38.

The top-10 finishers are as follows:

Boys

1.Cameron Blank (8:06)

2. Austin Somers (8:38)

3. Connor Turnbull (8:40)

4. Micah Collins (8:47)

5. Andrew Baxter (8:53)

6. Zach Swanson (8:58)

7. Tameryn Gaunt (8:58)

8. Mateo De Melo (8:59)

9. Nathan Clark (9:01)

10. Matt Clark (9:02)

 

 

Girls

1. Nicola Theim (8:46)

2. Erica Dong (10:31)

3. Mercedes Lopez (11:21)

4. Valeria Eguia (11:29)

5. Chisa Ikeda (11:31)

6. Juliette de Harlez (11:48)

7. Ms. Martin (12;08)

8. Sarah Pike (12:18)

9. Neus Vaya (12:18)

10. Priya Johal (12:41)

 

 

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