Glacier Challenge

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  • Andrew Strong smiles as he runs his way to a second-place finish in the triathlon during the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

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    A runner in the "Mid-Leg Crisis" fights through the first leg of the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

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    Runners cross the finish line at City Beach during the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

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    A member of Team Great Falls fights his way through the kayak portion of the Glacier Challenge on Saturday on Whitefish Lake. (Daniel McKay photos/Whitefish Pilot)

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    A cyclist races down East Lakeshore Drive during the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

  • Andrew Strong smiles as he runs his way to a second-place finish in the triathlon during the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

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    A runner in the "Mid-Leg Crisis" fights through the first leg of the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

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    Runners cross the finish line at City Beach during the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

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    A member of Team Great Falls fights his way through the kayak portion of the Glacier Challenge on Saturday on Whitefish Lake. (Daniel McKay photos/Whitefish Pilot)

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    A cyclist races down East Lakeshore Drive during the Glacier Challenge on Saturday.

Competitors from the Flathead Valley and across the country brought their all to the Glacier Challenge over the weekend.

The race consisted of the Glacier Challenge race, a triathlon, a 5K and an 8-mile run.

In the overall standings, Cassie Jensen of Billings took first in the womens category while Caleb Stolte of Whitefish took first for the men.

The Cheetah Herders, a mens team from Seeley Lake, took first in combined team scores, with Team Great Falls and Spirit Vegetable taking second and third.

In the triathlon, Dawn Lev of Whitefish took first for women while Don Hicks of Cocolalla, Idaho, took first for men.

Vonda Garcia of Whitefish and Marcus “Max” Devries of Kalispell took first in the Whitefish Lake Run 5K, while Sandra Mersinger of Atlanta and Aren Alexander-Battee of Kalispell won the 8-mile race.

Full results are available online at http://competitivetiming.com/gc/

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