Kane Conquers All!

On a course where only the toughest prevail Kane Ellis has grabbed the win in today's Race 11 of the BAC season held over a distance of 6.5km in the physically challenging hills of Mandurang.

Kane's wife Kerry took out race 3 of the season in May and since then Kane's been plotting his revenge, benefitting greatly from the advice and encouragement of his wise old mentor Mark Stevens.

Quinn Wins!

Quinn Guthrie has won today's Race 11 Kids run held over a distance of 1km held at Mandurang Cricket Ground.

In her first win with the BAC, Quinn went out super hard to put herself in a strong position at the turn around point. Quinn managed to hold on to win by 21 seconds. In second place was Caleb Marron who also ran a really strong race. Caleb narrowly edged out Olivia Gaskin who was only 3 seconds behind in third place. In a close finish, Olivia's brother Jack was only 4 second behind finishing fourth. with backmarker Edward Boase only 1 second behind in fifth.

Dylan Dashes to Victory

Dylan Marron has put in a fantastic effort to win Race 10 of the kids 1km race held at No.7 Reservoir in Kangaroo Flat.

In great weather for running, Dylan held on to win by 18 seconds from Quinn Guthrie who put in her best run of the season. Third place went to Amelia Boase who came home really strongly.

In general, it was fantastic results from all runners on a circuit course that included a tough hill to begin with. With the season getting to the pointy end, the remaining races will be fantastic to see who keeps improving.

Nick Marches On To Win!

Nick Edwards has won Race 9 of the BAC Season today over a distance of 5km held at Mandurang Cricket Ground in cold and windy conditions.

In his 3rd race this season after joining the Army earlier this year, Nick put in another strong run to win by 18 seconds, running an impressive time on the hilly course in 21mins 58 secs.

In second place was Dale Lowe who has had a super consistent season, a win surely not too far away. Third place went to Phil Noden who came home like a steam train and also had the fastest time. Fastest female was Ingrid Douglass.


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