11th annual Skeena River Relay

The 11th annual Skeena River Relay took place yesterday, with 32 teams making their way from Prince Rupert to Terrace along Highway 16.



On Saturday, June 2, the 11th annual Skeena River Relay is took place, with 32 teams making their way from Prince Rupert to Terrace along Highway 16, racing along the beautiful Skeena River.

The relay began in front of the Lester Centre of the Arts at 7 a.m. this morning, and ended at the Kitsumkalum Hall in Terrace.

The races course totals 140 kilometers, with teams having to run ten stages all together, with varied lengths ranging from 10 to 21 kilometers. Teams had a twelve-hour time limit to complete the course.

Look for results as they are made available.

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