Beating last year’s top time for the 4-hour Make It or Break It category, which sees competitors doing full loops of the 4.5 km Crunch trail was 43-yr-old, Ray Barrett with 8 laps and a time of 3:35:41.
Coming second place was Brian Clements with a time of 3:47:53; and third place was Matt Sessions with 3:51:41, both with 8 laps.
“What a fun event!” said Barrett. “This was my second time. In 2015, Matt Sessions and I also did the event where I got 7 laps and he got 8.”
The fastest female overall was 43-yr-old Renee Caesar with a time of 3:52:46. She was followed by 24-yr-old Jessica Tite. They were the only two women to complete 8 loops. 15-yr-old Gracie Lorenson-Nordstrand came 3rd in overall time for the female category with 3:54:46, and completed 7.5 loops in the 4-hour period.
Full results can be viewed HERE.
For the event photo album click HERE.
The 2017 event was proudly supported by New Earth Marketing, 98.7 The Point CKPM FM radio, Vancity; City of Coquitlam, snapd Tri-Cities, Yellow Dog Brewing, Body by Brandt, Eagle Ridge GMC, Shutter Up & Shoot, Thrifty Foods, Starbucks Coffee, Pasta Polo, Kangho Hapkido Martial Arts Academy, 3D Basketball Academy, and Shaunnessy Veterinary Hospital.
The Coquitlam Crunch ‘Diversity’ Challenge is an annual event founded by Tri-City’s resident Alex Bell, which celebrates diversity and supports the Nothin’ Dragon Masters senior dragon boat team and their community programs, and the Coquitlam Foundation’s ‘Diversity’ Fund. The event started in 2010 and takes place at the Coquitlam Crunch hiking trail in B.C., Canada. The Challenge features a Stair Master competition; the Make It Or Break It 4-hour competition; and a Recreational category. Learn more at coquitlamcrunch.com