It was cloudy and 12 degrees.
The TOSH Farmers Helping Farmers 5 and 10 Miler at Three Oaks High School. The course on Old Summerside, trail and boardwalk.
The 10 mile race was changed from Miscouche Firefighters 10 Mile Run last year.
Scott Clark won the race and Jennifer Pizio-Perry for the top female.
I finished in 1:10:29 and came in 7th out of 59 runners.
Paul Wright won the 5 mile race and Eva Strongman for the top female.
Official Result: 7th out of 59
10 Miles in 1 hour, 10 minutes and 29 seconds
5 Mile Results
10 Mile Results
Clark top overall finisher in TOSH run
Amber Nicholson/Journal Pioneer
Scott Clark was the overall winner of the 10-mile event of the Three Oaks Farmers Helping Farmers Run on Saturday. His time was 1:01:19.
Published on September 26th, 2010
SUMMERSIDE - Scott Clark of Linkletter was the top overall finisher in the premiere Three Oaks Farmers Helping Farmers Run on Saturday morning.
Clark finished the 10-mile event in one hour one minute 19 seconds (1:01:19), making it his first first-place finish this season.
"I feel great," Clark said as he sailed over the finish line. "It was a beautiful run that really showcased Summerside."
Jennifer Pizio-Perry of Greenmount was the top female for the 10-mile run with a time of 1:10:04.
"It was a good, wet run," Pizio-Perry said. "I had never run the Summerside boardwalk before."
Top male and female runners for the five-mile run were Paul Wright of Central Bedeque at 34:38, and Eva Strongman of Linkletter at 41:54.
The course took runners along the boardwalk, Confederation Trail and through the streets and parks of Summerside.
"It was a beautiful run that really showcased Summerside." - Scott Clark
Clark is currently preparing for the upcoming P.E.I. Marathon that happens in October.
"Sixteen kilometres (10 miles) is a good distance to get you ready," he said.
Clark has a personal goal of two hours 50 minutes for the P.E.I. Marathon.
Pizio-Perry also has the P.E.I. Marathon in the back of her mind. She said that if she gets a few more long-distance runs in over the next three weeks she would strongly consider attempting her first full marathon.
"I have a lot of work ahead of me," Pizio-Perry said with a smile.
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