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.

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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