Vancouver Sun Run Results

April 17, 2011

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Recent results from Vancouver Sun Run for elite runners are published below. The Vancouver Sun Run is Canada’s largest 10K and the 2nd largest timed 10K in the world. More than 50,000 runners take part in the 10K run every year.

Vancouver Sun Run 2014 Results

Apr 27, 2014. Kimugul, successfully defended his men’s title in a time of 28:59 for the 10-kilometre route. Cliff just missed her “A goal” of a sub-33-minute race, crossing the finish line in 33 minutes, 14 seconds, beating Carson by 35 seconds.

Men

  1. Paul Kimugul KEN 00:28:59
  2. Dylan Wykes CAN 00:29:11
  3. Jordan Chipangama KEN 00:29:16
  4. Geoff Martinson CAN 00:29:51
  5. Benard Langat KEN 00:30:05
Women

  1. Rachel Cliff CAN 00:33:14
  2. Lindsay Carson CAN 00:33:48
  3. Kimberley Doerksen CAN 00:33:54
  4. Catherine Watkins CAN 00:34:18
  5. Lisa Avery CAN 00:34:32

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Vancouver Sun Run 2013 Results

Apr 21, 2013. Results Awaited. Natasha Fraser of Port Moody was the women’s winner for the second straight year. Paul Kimugul of Kenya was the men’s winner at the Vancouver Sun Run, crossing the finish line in a time of 29:04. It was his first time running in Vancouver.

Men

  1. Paul Kimugul, KEN 29:04
  2. Ian Burrell, Tucson, AZ (USA) 29:17
  3. Ravinder Sidhu, Surrey, BC 29:31
  4. Edwin Keitany, KEN 29:36
  5. Donn Cabral, Bellingham, WA (USA) 29:49
Women

  1. Natasha Fraser, Port Moody, BC 32:42
  2. Lindsey Scherf, Chapel Hill, NC (USA) 33:01
  3. Lioudmila Kortchaguina, Toronto, ON (40+) 33:25
  4. Lucy Njeri, KEN 33:43
  5. Dayna Pidhoresky, Tecumseh, ON 34:04

Vancouver Sun Run 2012 Results

Apr 15, 2012. Kelly Wiebe, 22-year-old from Regina, Sask., overtook Kip Kangogo of Kenya in the final few hundred metres with a massive burst of speed to win the event at an official time of 29:12. Natasha Fraser of Port Moody won the women’s division with an official time of 34:12.

Men

  1. Kelly Wiebe 0:29:13
  2. Kip Kangogo 0:29:14
  3. Matt Loiselle 0:29:18
  4. Eric Gillis 0:29:30
  5. Rejean Chiasson 0:29:38
Women

  1. Natasha Fraser 0″34:12
  2. Melissa Todd 0:34:38
  3. Kate Bazeley 0:34:51
  4. Marilyn Arsenault 0:35:03
  5. Anne-Marie Madden 0:35:09

Results for all participants are available on the official Vancouver Sun Run results page (search by year).

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bob laustrup April 20, 2011 at 10:53 am

Why are so many walkers wearing yellow numbers, walking three and four abreast?

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