Mount Baker runner wins Kimberley cross-country race

Tace Bradwell of Mount Baker Secondary placed first in the Senior Boys 7.7 km cross-country race at a meet held in Kimberley on Wednesday.

Townsman Staff

Tace Bradwell of Mount Baker Secondary placed first in the Senior Boys 7.7 km cross-country race at a meet held in Kimberley on Wednesday.

Bradwell finished the race in 33:38 which was almost a full two minutes faster than any of his competitors.

The cross-country event had a total of 26 runners competing in six different categories. Bradwell beat five other racers to earn himself the first place ribbon.

According to MBSS athletic director Kaley Wasylowich, Bradwell will now look to continue his success at the provincial championships on November 9 in Kelowna.