A plen­ti­ful har­vest at Blue­berry Run


It might have been the per­fect day for the 2014 run­ning of the Blue­berry Har­vest Run in Har­bour Grace on Sept. 28. The sun was shin­ing, a slight wind and cool tem­per­a­tures meant run­ners would not over­heat on the 10-kilo­me­tre road race that be­gan and ended at S.W. Moores Memo­rial Sta­dium in Har­bour Grace. Some 200 run­ners of all ages and ex­pe­ri­ence took part in the 31st run­ning of the popular event. Ninety-four of those run­ners were schoolaged chil­dren from schools in Car­bon­ear, Har­bour Grace and North River. The Com­pass was there and grabbed th­ese images of the hotly con­tested event.

Th­ese run­ners, from left, Dy­lan Whalen (St. Fran­cis), Reid Deer­ing (Car­bon­ear Academy), Ben Ryan (Car­bon­ear Academy) and Ja­cob Kennedy (Car­bon­ear Academy) were just a few of the young run­ners tak­ing part.

All Hal­lows’ Damian Laun­dry com­pleted the three kilo­me­tre run for school-aged ath­letes with a time of 13 min­utes and 38 seconds.

Jamie Snow wunrs along Wa­ter Street in Har­bour Grace.

Run­ning for the Memo­rial Univer­sity ath­let­ics squad, Alana Loveys of Car­bon­ear fin­ished the three kilo­me­tre trek in a time of 13 min­utes and eight seconds.

It was a mix­ture of young and older run­ners at this year’s Blue­berry Har­vest Run.

New Blue­berry Har­vest Run czar Johnathan McDon­ald (left) chats with old event or­ga­nizer Pa­trick Collins at the fin­ish line.

Charlie Deer­ing pushes hard to the fin­ish of the an­nual Blue­berry Har­vest Run in Har­bour Grace on Sept. 28.

Anna Mont­gomery fin­ished in the top spot amongst fe­male run­ners (19 and un­der) with a time of 44 min­utes and 12 seconds.

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