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Churchill, Seaward fleetest of foot at Downtown Dash in Corner Brook

Stephanie Seaward of Dartmouth, N.S. was the fastest female in the field on Thursday evening at the 2018 BMO Downtown Dash five-kilometre race in Corner Brook. She crossed the line with a time of 19:52.2, which was ninth among all racers.
Stephanie Seaward of Dartmouth, N.S. was the fastest female in the field on Thursday evening at the 2018 BMO Downtown Dash five-kilometre race in Corner Brook. She crossed the line with a time of 19:52.2, which was ninth among all racers. - Chris Quigley

Corner Brook’s Lee Churchill won the  BMO Downtown Dash five-kilometre race in Corner Brook on Thursday evening for the second year in a row, finishing at 16:47.9.

Churchill was actually the second runner to finish the race, but Corner Brook’s Damien Pike, who looked to have won with a time of 16:06.4, was disqualified for not completing the entire course.

Stephen Adams of Massey Drive was second overall with a 17:23.6 time, with Joe Barry placing third at 18:08.3.

Stephanie Seaward of Dartmouth, N.S. was the fastest female in the field. She crossed the line with a time of 19:52.2, which was ninth among all racers.

Roslynn Decker of Corner Brook was second among women with a 20:11.8 final time, while Rocky Harbour’s Courtney King was third at 20:25.5.

For a full list of results, click here.

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