Record crowd of 3,600 runs 85th Tely 10
- The pack passes through Paradise as they head toward the Kenmount Road overpass. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram
- The Browns were pleased as punch after they finished the Tely 10 Sunday. Pictured here are Robert Brown, Samantha Brown, family friend Kim McDonald and Gloria Brown. — Photo by Andrew Robinson/The Telegram
- Tomas Shea was all set for a footwork battle prior to the start of Sunday’s Tely 10. The Memorial University engineering student raised $300 for Run To End Poverty as part of his Tely 10 participation. — Photo by Andrew Robinson/The Telegram
- Gloria George (front) and other runners run through a spray of water set up by firefighters in front of the West End fire station. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram
- Volunteers hold out glasses of water for the runners. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram
- Telegram managing editor Kerry Hann (left) presents the Telegram Trophy to overall Tely 10 winner Matt Losielle of Toronto following Sunday’s race. Loiselle crossed the line in an official time of 48:09, ending the string of victories by Paradise’s Colin Fewer. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram
- Telegram managing editor Kerry Hann (left) presents the Telegram Trophy to first place female finisher Lisa Harvey of Calgary, Alta., following Sunday’s Tely 10 road race. Harvey’s time was 58:58. Second place went to Caroline McIlroy, also in a time of 58:58 but Harvey crossed the finish line first. — Photo by Gary Hebbard/The Telegram
- One of the Tely 10 runners pours a glass of water over his head. — Photo by Keith Gosse/The Telegram
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- - July 23, 2012 at 16:52:02
I ran the Tely 10 yesterday, and I want to send a huge thank you to all of the Tely 10 committee and the volunteers that helped make this event happen. Also to the spectators for coming out and cheering us on, hosing us down, giving us water, and a special shout out to a lady who gave me ice to rub on my skin!! I can't tell you all how much it is appreciated. Because of you we had a hot, painful, but awesome day!!!
- - July 23, 2012 at 15:21:59
Congrats to Colin Fewer with 7 straight wins. This young kid from Ontario won this year but to win 7 in a row is simply amazing. He shows what dedication and hard work can do. Well done, Colin. Great example.
- Virginia Waters
- - July 23, 2012 at 11:36:38
Congratulations to all the runners. But perhaps the Telegram can share an important piece of information with the public. The hundred thousand dollars or more raised by this event - where does it go? I mean like - where is the public disclosure and accountability for this very large - and growing - public event? Other than a vague reference some years back to Newfoundland athletics, I don't think I've ever seen any kind of break-down of what actually comes in and exactly where and how it is spent.