More than 200 runners participated in the Semiahmoo First Nation Canada Day Rock run.

Runners welcome Canada Day with 10K in White Rock

The event began at Semiahmoo Park and featured 10-kilometre and five-kilometre runs, along with a kids’ course.

More than 200 runners celebrated Canada Day with a waterfront run last Friday at the Semiahmoo First Nation Canada Day Rock race.

The event began at Semiahmoo Park and featured 10-kilometre and five-kilometre runs, along with a kids’ course.

In the 10K race, Vivian Davidson of Vancouver was the top female, finishing with a time of 39:46.4. Alistair Kealty of Vancouver won the men’s race with a time of 37:19.3.

In the 5K contest, Michael Taylor finished first with a time of 20:44.0, while Janessa Kraan was the top female with a time of 25:06.9.

Members of the Semiahmoo First Nation performed during the event’s opening ceremonies, which also included the singing of O Canada, a warmup by the November Project and a pancake breakfast.

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