A few Prince Rupert runners competed in the Totem to Totem race in Haida Gwaii on July 21. (Andrew Hudson / Black Press)

Rupertite wins 10km event at annual Totem to Totem race

Jamie Komadina competed in the Haida Gwaii event alongside 10 other runners from Prince Rupert

Taylor Seier won the half-marathon of the 2018 Totem to Totem marathon event in Haida Gwaii on July 21 with a time of 1:45:33.

In the half marathon, Jamie Komadina won the 10-kilometre women’s event with a time of 0:48:51.

READ MORE: Rupert Runners kick of the season

Seier and Komadina made the journey to compete in the day’s events alongside 12 other runners. Kane Komadina, Leah Kolesar, Lucy Woodman, Andrea Dantas, Marnie Lawson, Kelly Nelson, Morgan Weir, Roberta Edzerza and Aisa Smithanik all competed along with Komadina in the 10-kilometre event.

Jaquie Bromley and Nola Strimbold each competed in the half-marathon, while Bailey Wagner and Andrea Nelson raced in the full marathon.

READ MORE: Rupert runner wins in race lottery to run in New York City Marathon



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