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Runners lace up for Rotary race

More than 240 runners took part in the Rotary Run at South Surrey Athletic Park Sunday morning. - Gord Goble photo
More than 240 runners took part in the Rotary Run at South Surrey Athletic Park Sunday morning.
— image credit: Gord Goble photo

More than 240 runners took part in the Rotary Run at South Surrey Athletic Park Sunday morning, competing in either the half-marathon, five-kilometre or team relay events.

The half-marathon was won by Coquitlam’s Tatsuya Hatachi, while Tyler Ginther was first in the 5k, setting a new race record in the process.

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