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Colter Young and Jolea Bilodeau with the King and Queen of Spring trophies.  Submitted photo.

 

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Colter Young won the King of Spring road race, Sunday with a time of 1:19:11 minutes for the 47 km Montney out and back course.

George Gamble was second at 1:24:17. Jolea Bilodeau won the Queen Of Spring trophy and came in third overall at 1:24:45. Roger St. Jean was 4th at 1:25:11 and 2009 KOS winner Pat Ferris was 5th at 1:29:18.

2005 winner Tim Gladysz won the sprint for 6th from Bob Andrews and Richard Wood, all at 1:31:35. August Battiston had 1:32:35, Ken Nix 1:33:45, Sam Keats 1:35:55, Owen Giebelhaus 1:38:58 and 2009 Queen of Spring winner Sandy McDonald had 1:41:32. Dawn Gladysz had 1:09:00 for 25 km.

Coming up this week:

-Tuesday Duathlon 7 Pm from Baldonnel School. 2 k run – 8 k bike and another 2 k run

– Thursday Baldonnel time trial 7 pm

-Sunday Challenge Cup double header in Grande Prairie from O’Brien Park 11 am and 1 Pm.

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