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KTS Toonie Race Results, July 9

The Kimberley Trails Society’s Toonie Races take place bi-weekly in various nature park locations. July 9th’s race took place on the Snow Mexican trail in the Bootleg trail network.

The next toonie race will take place on July 23. The results from July 9 are as follows:

1. Dave Harder (8:29)

2. Travis Roesner (8:55)

3. Ian Butters (9:09)

4. PJ Hunton (9:15)

5. Zach Singer (9:25)

6. Quentin Emarieu (9:30)

7. Dan McCutcheon (10:21)

8. Ryan Mackenzie (10:55)

9. Jesse Berg (11:10)

10. Kieran Akermann (11:21)

11. Kenton Lane (14:28)

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