Dam Run hits road

The High Altitude Triathlon Club and Gerick Sports are kicking it into high gear on Saturday with its annual Dam Run.

By Times Staff

The High Altitude Triathlon Club and Gerick Sports are kicking it into high gear on Saturday with its annual Dam Run.

Runners are invited to sign up for either the five or 10 kilometre runs, with both starting at the pull-out area south of the railroad crossing on Hwy 22A across from the Fergie’s Way memorial.

Five-K runners will complete one circuit to the dam and back, while the 10-k runners will follow the five-k route and continue to the north and back for another five kilometers.

Advance registration is $5 for five kilometres, and $10 for 10-K. Participants can register at Gerick’s, or sign up day of race by 9:30 a.m. when day of race registration will be $10 for five-km. and $20 for 10-km.

The start of race goes at 10 a.m. Email Heather Johnson for more info at heatherkj@hotmail.com, or call Gerick Sports at 364-1661.

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