Quinn Bender photo Connor Block takes first place in the 40th Annual King of the Mountain Trail Run with an actual time of 49:35. The 10-kilometre road and trail race begins at the Sportsplex and up Terrace Mountain before looping back.

UPDATE: King of the Mountain winners

Connor Block wins Terrace’s 40th Annual trail race

Connor Block burst across the finish line to take first in the 10-kilometre King of the Mountain race in Terrace on Sunday, Sept. 24.

Finishing in 49:35, Block won the male 17 and under division and claimed first overall, followed by 18-39 division runners Peter Furlong with 50:09 and Jeremie Drouin with 50:37.

Other top three winners and times were as follows:

In the male 17 and under category, Connor Block got first at 49:35, Aiden Carter second at 57:03, and Yohannes Vandenberg third at 59:05.

In female 17 and under, Avery Back and Coda Calbreath were neck-and-neck, finishing within a second of each other, with Back at 1:23:11 and Calbreath at 1:23:12.

In the male 18-39 category, Peter Furlong was first at 50:09, Jeremie Drouin second at 50:37, and Derek Flynn third at 52:14.

Female 18-39 saw Rheanna Brooks first at 1:02:55, Emily Bennett second at 1:06:06, and Morgan Foisy third at 1:07:06.

Male 40-54 winner was Tim Block at 57:55, followed by Travis Carter at 58:12, and Chris Cordts at 1:05:04.

In female 40-54, first went to Cheryl Block 1:13:36, second Natasha DeSousa at 1:13:52, and third Kim Culp at 1:15:05.

In the 55+ division, there were only two runners: Murray Warner at 1:02:32 and Sherrie Hamer at 1:13:39.

For more results and times, go to the Skeena Valley Runners page on Facebook.

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