About 70 young people ranging in age from three to 14 put themselves to the test Sunday in the Salmon Arm Try-A-Tri Kids Triathlon.
The majority were from Salmon Arm, but athletes also came from Vernon, Coldstream, Kamloops, Summerland, Roberts Creek and as far away as Lethbridge.
Course lengths for the swim, bike and run competition varied per age group, with the swim beginning at the SASCU Recreation Centre pool and the bike/run segments covering surrounding streets.
Top times in the seven and under girls were recorded by: 1st. Mara Hoffort, 2nd. Emma Muddiman and 3rd. Alice Chubey, all from Salmon Arm.
Boys seven and under winners were: 1st. Charlie Erickson from Coldstream, 2nd. William Erickson from Coldstream and 3rd. Max Calkins from Salmon Arm.
For the eight and nine girls category, winners were: 1st. Julianne Moore from Salmon Arm, 2nd. Tayla Ingram from Summerland and 3rd. Sophia D’Amore from Kamloops.
In the boys eight and nine category, results were 1st. Beckett Johnson, 2nd. Eric Moore and 3rd. Sam Calkins, all from Salmon Arm.
Top times for the 10 and 11 girls division went to: 1st. Keeya Corbett, 2nd. Arleen Chhokar and 3rd. Kadyn Rakow, all Salmon Arm racers.
In the boys 10 and 11 category, winners were: 1st. Keagan Ingram, 2nd. Stephen Moore and 3rd. Calvin Hepburn, all from Salmon Arm.
For the 12- and 13-year-old girls, top times were tallied by: 1st. Sophie Ogilvie from Kamloops, 2nd. Rachel Bates from Salmon Arm and 3rd. Carrie Fromme from Salmon Arm.
Twelve and 13-year-old boys winners were: 1st. Aidan Hepburn, 2nd. Ben VanBergeyk and 3rd. Sunny Pickup.
First in the 14 and older girls category went to Jessica Brown of Salmon Arm, while first in the boys category was Joshua Ogilvie of Kamloops.