Last Sunday, a field of 179 racers took part in the 2014 Reino Run at the Larch Hills Ski Area.
Runners ranged from age three to 80 and chose a 2.5 kilometre or an 8.5 km course.
Wet conditions made for slippery and muddy trails.
The majority of racers were from the Salmon Arm area, with participants also from Revelstoke, Summerland, Lumby and Kamloops.
All proceeds from the event went towards the Larch Hills Junior Ski Team.
The top overall 8.5 km runners were Sarah Luxmoore of Revelstoke and Levi Nadlersmith of Boissevain, Man.
The top overall 2.5 km runners were Julian Moore and Stephen Moore of Salmon Arm.
Local runners finishing in the top three of their age group in the 2.5 km run were:
Male U-8 – Max Calkins first, Nick Metcalfe second, Will Heckrodt third.
Male 8-9 – Eric Moore first, Samuel Calkins second, Eli Decker third.
Male 10-11- Trond May first, Fraser Paiement 3rd.
Male 12-13 – Stephen Moore first, Sunny Pickup second.
Male 16+ – Adrian Decker first, Mike Worton second.
Female U-8 – Sara Worton second, Eden Heckrodt third.
Female 8-9 – Emily Carelse first, Hilary Vukadinovic second.
Female 10-11- Julian Moore first, Samantha Vukadinovic second, Teslyn Bates third.
Female 12-13 – Teagan Findley first, Keeya Corbett second, Lillian Bakker third.
Female 16+ – Elaine Carelse first, Darcy Calkins second, Anitra Worton third.
Local runners finishing in the top three of their age group in the 8.5 km run were:
Male U-16 – Ben VanBergyk third.
Male 16-19- Nelson Kleer third.
Male 20-29- Matthew Smider first.
Male 30-34 – Timothy Mundall first.
Male 35-39 – Tim Bollans second, Andre Carelse third.
Male 40-44 – Brian May first, Brad Calkins third.
Male 50-54 – Scott McKee second, Duncan Moore third.
Male 55-59 – Rob Kurta first.
Male 60-64 – Phil Wallensteen first.
Female U-16 – Maggie Beckner third.
Female 16-19 – Glynis Sim first.
Female 30-34 – Leah Painter second, Bobbie Wager third.
Female 35-39 – Sandra Major first, Robin Watt second, Julie Parenteau third.
Female 40-44 – Hanka Mosher first, Suzie Beckner second, Ingrid van Varseveld third.
Female 50-54 – Tricia Martin first.
Female 65-69 – Judy Murray first.