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Rory Switzer

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www.interiorrunning.ca

As happened last year, Rory Switzer (M45-49) and
Both ran faster than last year, with Switzer giving everything but Rory Switzer (M45-49) established a 50 metre lead by the first turnaround, and held it the rest of the way to take a convincing overall and A-G win in 36:08 (32:07), while Cindy Rhodes(F50-54) was third female overall and first on age grading at 42:09 (35:29). The 2009 Runner of the Year awards went to Rory Switzer and Sherry Maligaspe.


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As happened last year, Rory Switzer (M45-49) and
Both ran faster than last year, with Switzer giving everything but Rory Switzer (M45-49) established a 50 metre lead by the first turnaround, and held it the rest of the way to take a convincing overall and A-G win in 36:08 (32:07), while Cindy Rhodes(F50-54) was third female overall and first on age grading at 42:09 (35:29). The 2009 Runner of the Year awards went to Rory Switzer and Sherry Maligaspe.


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Rory Switzer
Scoring totals have Ellis with 1382 points, Rory with 1374 and Dan with 1356. Ellis Andrews (M60-64) of Penticton needed a Bike Barn win to stay in contention with Rory Switzer, after Rory topped him by one second in the Raven 10K. In the Bike Barn, Ellis ran a smoking 40:23 and netted a 31:38 age-graded time bettering Rory's 31:43 second place a-g finish by five seconds. Rory has six races totaling 1182 points and must compete in the P2B to be eligible for a medal position. A win for Rory would give him a final score of 1382 and, assuming Ellis runs second, his final score would be 1377. Those scores would be reversed should Ellis win. What happens if they end up with a P2B age-graded tie? They would have identical scores but in head to head competition Rory has come out on top in three of five races. RORY SWITZER Graeme Wilson took second in 25:30 with Rory Switzer (M45-49) of Kelowna, third in 25:45. Rory Switzer (M45-49) finished with a lead of more than two kilometres and a 1:08:45 clocking - the second fastest time ever recorded for this course. (The fastest being Hans Aabye's 1:07:41, set last year.) Glenn Lear (M30-34) took second in 1:18:45 and Dirk Handke (M40-44) was third ... camera in hand? Rory Switzer's, second fastest ever overall time, was also the second fastest age-graded time with a 1:02:49 result - not far off the record 1:02:32 set by Jack Miller (M60-64) in 2006. Top spots overall went to Rory Switzer (1:17:16), Martin McMahon (1:19:52), and Gary Wade (1:21:47). Kelowna's Connor Clerke (M16-19) 16:57 and Rory Switzer (M45-49) 17:03 were fourth and fifth. The men's age-graded Lakeside 5K results show the older of the dueling duo, Ellis Andrews of Penticton, first with a time of 15:17 ahead of Rory Switzer ( 15:24), Connor Clerke (15:42), Jack Wessel ( 15:49) and Ed Ansems (also 15:49).


www.kelownacapnews.com

Wilson won the 1999 version of the event-then called Peak to Pyramid-by a full minute over Kelowna's Rory Switzer.


www.kelownacapnews.com

Wilson won the 1999 version of the event-then called Peak to Pyramid-by a full minute over Kelowna's Rory Switzer.


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