Finlayson tops field at Oak Bay Half Marathon

Victoria’s Trevor O’Brien finished first in the 10k race, while Salt Spring Island’s Susan Gordon won the 5k

The Manga family

Runners of all ages made tracks through the community May 24 in the Kool Oak Bay Half Marathon, 10.73-kilometre, 5k, relay and the Kids 1k Challenge.

Jim Finlayson of Victoria took top spot in the half marathon with a finish time of 1:11:54. The all-Victoria top three was rounded out by Adam O’Meara (1:19:10) and Jordan Brietzke (1:20:35).

Victoria’s Trevor O’Brien (36:39) finished first in the 10k race, followed by Gary Duncan and Damien Allen

Salt Spring Island’s Susan Gordon (20:36) finished first in the 5k, followed by Andrew Gregg and Kevin Simpson.

Flying Mangos finished atop the relay race, followed by Orange Theory Fitness and Run Fast or You’re Grounded in third.

For more results go to oakbayhalf.com online.

 

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