2017 Mountain of Hope

Congratulations to all the runners.  An extra large thank you to the organizers and all the volunteers. The results are included below:

21K RESULTS

14K RESULTS

9K RESULTS

5K RESULTS

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Mountain of Hope 2017 registration open

With new events added last year – a 9  km event and a kids event, Mountain of Hope keeps getting bigger and better. Now take a sneak peek at what is waiting for you at this year.

 

There are nice gentle, rolling hills, prairie views, some brush, scenic sunsets and occasionally the odd mud puddle.

The mud puddles might sound unappealing, but if you’re looking for a memorable race, this is it!

Mountain of Hope takes place June 17, in the evening. This is as close as we can get to the solstice this year – a nice run on the (nearly) longest evening of the year.

Come run through the canopy of trees and enjoy the trails!
If you can’t wait until June 17 to test out the trails Race Director Jason is offering a chance to run and train on the trails. (all levels will be accommodated). Walk or shuffle or run – Jason will be at White Butte every Wednesday at  6.00 pm.    An amazing opportunity! NO person will be left behind for the crows to pick your bones!
The proceeds from this race go to the Burn Unit at Regina General Hospital.

Register online at Race Roster. If you need some more information – all the details are here on the website or check out Getting Prepared for MoH.

The race is capped at 100, so register soon! (and, the price goes up on June 1, so get signed up soon!) RRRC members receive a discount on the registration price.

 

Mountain of Hope 2016 Results

Mountain of Hope, otherwise known as the “bog of despair” by at least one wet runner, is in the books again for 2016.

Thank you to all runners for the biggest turn-out in recent history. We were very excited to host so many eager trail runners.

Keep in mind some of the other upcoming trail races – RRRC Trail Race Series (watch here for information – starts in mid-August), Beaver Flat 50, Prairie Summit Run It, and Deadfall 50.

Mountain of Hope is successful because of the runners who participate and the volunteers who coordinate and support the event each year. Thanks to those volunteers.

And, here are the results:

Bib No. Last Name First Name Sub Event Split 1 (9 km) Split 2 (14 km) Overall
861 Arendt Daryl 1/2 marathon missing time 1.51.47 2.36.39
862 Bellamy Debbie 1/2 marathon 1.16.20 2.03.28 2.58.21
863 Criddle Katlyn 1/2 marathon 43 1.09.10 1.37.09
864 Cridland Connie 1/2 marathon 1.02.18 1.40.02 2.19.44
865 Dahlman Michael 1/2 marathon 59.45 1.36.21 2.14.51
866 Davidson Brieanna 1/2 marathon 1.05.59 1.47.01 2.31.43
867 Dreher Dennis 1/2 marathon 1.08.19 1.23.10 1.57.09
868 Fougere Robert 1/2 marathon 44.49 1.13.18 1.44.59
869 Francis Stephen 1/2 marathon 50.37 1.21.32 1.52.08
870 Hudey Marion 1/2 marathon DNS
871 Jackson Donna 1/2 marathon 1.14.24 1.56.54 2.41.04
872 Lawson Karen 1/2 marathon 46.36 1.17.03 1.46.33
873 Maher Tom 1/2 marathon 1.03.00 1.41.34 2.21.06
874 Minett Rick 1/2 marathon 48.35 1.20.11 1.52.47
875 Moryski Adriana 1/2 marathon DNS
876 Myrah Loanne 1/2 marathon 1.08.15 1.44.12 2.20.09
877 Newton Mark 1/2 marathon 45.58 1.15.26 1.47.48
878 Reidy Sean 1/2 marathon 1.16.22 2.03.26 2.53.22
879 Rodgers Nicole 1/2 marathon 1.06.00 1.47.00 2.31.43
880 Schmaltz Heidi 1/2 marathon 50.45 1.23.11 1.55.39
881 Soika Chris 1/2 marathon 1.04.40 1.34.34 2.07.56
882 Steininger Ara 1/2 marathon 1.04.48 1.38.16 2.13.24
883 Stephenson Matt 1/2 marathon 58.34 1.33.51 2.13.12
884 Sveinson Katie 1/2 marathon 58.3 1.34.11 2.08.13
885 Thurmeier Tyler 1/2 marathon 1.04.42 1.36.28 2.14.00
886 Warren Charles-Henri 1/2 marathon 49.02 1.19.46 1.52.45
887 Zerr Shelley 1/2 marathon 1.14.22 1.55.00 2.38.55
Bib No. Last Name First Name Sub Event Split 1 (9 km) Overall
891 Allan Stacy 14 km 1.18.19 2.07.53
892 Bowes Monique 14 km 1.18.17 2.07.54
893 Brawn Erinn-Jane 14 km 1.05.17 DNF
894 Burtnack Lydia 14 km 1.28.55 2.22.35
895 Currie Mary-Ann 14 km 1.05.15 DNF
896 Evancio Jennifer 14 km 1.08.26 DNF
897 Gendron Fidji 14 km 1.04.06 1.45.46
898 Gervais Joel 14 km 45.36 1.14.27
899 Hicks Adam 14 km 43.26 1.18.52
900 HORN Geoff 14 km 51.24 1.26.06
901 Irvine Jessica 14 km 1.28.12 DNF
902 Laing Don 14 km 1.00.54 1.39.45
903 Neigel Kate 14 km 49.3 1.17.46
904 Ricci Enio 14 km 49.34 1.17.50
905 Sauder Lori 14 km 1.28.53 2.22.36
906 Stevens Lisa 14 km DNS
907 Tomyk Wendy 14 km 1.06.59 1.50.41
908 Udahl Brenda 14 km 1.00.07 1.39.25
Bib No. Last Name First Name Sub Event Overall
911 Anderson Nathan 9 km 1.16.53
912 Brown Kimberly 9 km 1.17.53
913 Japp Leah 9 km 1.05.13
914 Leugner Mark 9 km 1.09.39
915 Leugner Lori 9 km 1.09.41
916 Martin McGuire Peggy 9 km 1.32.27
917 Randall Sara 9 km 1.17.54
918 Selinger Deanne 9 km 1.16.51
919 Spruyt Leona 9 km 1.09.43
920 Stachura Gauthier Jennifer 9 km 1.08.28
1432 BAKKE CLAYTON 5 km 29.12
1433 Collins-HUber Rowena 5 km 30.17
1434 Cutting Paul 5 km 37.45
1435 Cutting Cambri 5 km DNS
1436 Davison Tammy 5 km DNS
1437 Gabel Troy 5 km 27.18
1438 Nadoroznick Riley 5 km 25
1439 Warren Cedric 5 km 34.01
1440 Warren Alexis 5 km 49.42
1441 Yarnton Matt 5 km 26.46
2700 Charko Fletcher Bailey Kids race 2.24
2701 Gauthier Jada Kids race 1.29
2702 Gauthier Kai Kids race 1.37
2704 Japp Maryn Kids race 3.51
2705 Newton Ryder Kids race 2.47
2706 Newton Ryker Kids race 3.12
2707 Thurmeier Maggie Kids race 3.57 2 laps
2708 Clark Declan Kids race 5.17 2 laps
2703 Japp Logan Kids race 4.34 2 laps

Mountain of Hope 2016 registration open

With new events added this year – a 9  km event and a kids event, Mountain of Hope has something for just about everyone.

There are nice gentle, rolling hills, prairie views, some brush, scenic sunsets and mud puddles. Don’t forget the mud puddles. Assuming there are some left by the end of June. Just because there’s always been mud puddles, doesn’t mean there always will be, does it?

The mud puddles might sound unappealing, but if you’re looking for a memorable race, this is it!

Mountain of Hope takes place June 18, in the evening. This is as close as we can get to the solstice this year, so allows for a nice evening run.

The proceeds from this race go to the Burn Unit at Regina General Hospital. Thanks to the participants in MoH, over the past 4 years RRRC has donated $5470 to the Burn Unit.

Register online at Race Roster. If you need some more information – all the details are here on the website or check out Getting Prepared for MoH.

The race is capped at 100, so register soon!

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Mountain of Hope results 2015

On June 20, 2015, 43 people challenged the course at White Butte. In 4 years of helping to put Mountain of Hope on, conditions have never been better. Most of the course was dry, the grass was manageable, mosquitoes were only a minor nuisance and the weather was fantastic!

Race Director Jason prepared some unique and excellent finisher’s medals:

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