Nakusp’s Sarah Sanders ran the 25 km True Blue Trail Run in this year’s Kaslo Sufferfest.

Family finds the fun in suffering together

For some it was a family affair. Nine of Jodee Zinselmeyer’s kin took part in eleven Sufferfest events.

For some it was a family affair. Nine of Jodee Zinselmeyer’s kin took part in eleven Sufferfest events.

“We had an amazing weekend supporting each other as we crossed the finish,” she said.

Here are results for area bikers and runners. The number gives their overall standing in the category, accompanied by their name, town and time for the event.

Bike 100 km:

3 Gary PARKSTROM, New Denver 6:54:42.

Bike 45 km:

24 Don ZINSELMEYER, Nakusp 3:51:13; 30 Miranda HUGHES, New Denver 4:48:53.

Kids’ Bike:

9 Garrett WATERFIELD, Nakusp 7:59; 20 Kiley WATERFIELD, Nakusp 8:57; 25 Jared GROENHUYSEN, Nakusp 9:17; 28 Zoe ZINSELMEYER, Nakusp 9:52; 42 Dawson BONE, Nakusp 13:05; 49 Jay TREMAINE, Silverton 16:43; 53 Amelie TREMAINE, Silverton 20:32; 56 Rowan VIBE-COLEMAN, Nakusp 36:33.

Run 50 km:

18 Joseph YAREMCHUK, New Denver 6:30:07.

Run 25 km:

6 Tim SANDER, New Denver 2:13:41;  13 Scott KIPKIE, New Denver 2:20:59; 28 Miranda HUGHES, New Denver 2:57:50; 29 Anita VIBE, Nakusp 2:58:19; 46 Sarah SANDERS, Nakusp 3:46:55; 48 Kari TITHECOTT, Nakusp 3:47:03.

Run 10 km:

10 Troy CLARK Nakusp 46:17;  35 Kelly WATERFIELD, Nakusp  57:27;  36 Don ZINSELMEYER, Nakusp 57:28; 41 Tamara BARKOWSKY, New Denver 58:43; 54 Jodi CLARK, Nakusp 1:00:41; 56 Cypress HUNDER-ROOKES, New Denver 1:01:06; 57 David SINCLAIR, Nakusp 1:01:17; 59 Dagmar YAREMCHUK, Hills 1:01:54; 72 Nora CURRIE, Fauquier 1:04:50; 77 Terri BAIKO, Nakusp 1:07:14; 87 Melissa RODE, Nakusp 1:10:07; 92 Jill CANN, Nakusp 1:10:59; 103 Kat NIXON, Nakusp 1:14:11; 107 Catherine MCLEAN, Nakusp 1:14:56; 108 Tawny SIDWELL, Nakusp 1:14:57; 111 Sue GROENHUYSEN, Nakusp 1:16:53; 112 Nancy BALSKE, Nakusp 1:16:53; 120 Nancy BONE, Nakusp 1:22:54; 121 Crystal LARDER, Nakusp 1:22:54; 122 Rosalyn LINDGREN, Nakusp 1:22:54; 124 Anita SINCLAIR, Nakusp 1:26:11; 127 Darcie BERGQUIST, Nakusp          1:29:44; 144 Jodee ZINSELMEYER, Nakusp 2:21:33.

Kids’ run:

2 Kiley WATERFIELD, Nakusp 11:58; 3 Garrett WATERFIELD, Nakusp 12:29; 10 Sydney BONE, Nakusp 15:38; 11 Maia ZINSELMEYER, Nakusp 16:17.



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