Jerry Joinson of Fort St. James (right) races to the finish line just ahead of Jody Verge of Quesnel during the Fort St. James Doggy-doo Race

Dog’s race again in Doggy-do

The Jan. 1 Doggy-do race was run on the Dog Creek Forest Service Road, due to limited snow on the lake.

  • Jan. 20, 2014 10:00 a.m.

The Jan. 1 Doggy-do race was run on the Dog Creek Forest Service Road, due to limited snow on the lake.

Listed are race results.  First was Craig Houghton, followed by Ann Douglas of Fort Fraser and the Laura Vinnedge of Fort St. James.  Jerry Joinson (FSJ) was fourth, followed by Jody Verge (Quesnel), Lisa Joinson (FSJ) and Lee Verge (Quesnel).

Thanks to Wayne Bond, Kory Larsen, Sean and Terri-Ann Houghton for trail support, and Margaret-Ann Houghton for timing.

The race was 28 miles long and times were:

Craig  2:14:47

Ann      2:20:36

Laura.   2:27:03

Jerry     2:37:40

Jodi      2:39:00

Lisa      2:39:39

Lee       2:49:53

 

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