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a) 2010 Army Run results for Ottawa & area runners;
b) 2011 Army Run results;
c) 2011 Army Run photos by a runner.
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Sept. 14, 2011. For the 21.1 km (13 mile) half-marathon race, the following local runners have registered with the Running Room for the Sept. 18th Canada Army Run in Ottawa. The list is sorted by community (Ottawa first) and then by first name.
* On Sept. 18th, 16,000 runners participated in the 21.1 km and 5 km races.
Part A. Ottawa
Part B. Other Communities (e.g., Gatineau, Kanata, Nepean, Orleans)
There are 15 web pages listing Ottawa, Gatineau & area half marathoners. This web page lists the area half-marathoners who have first names starting with an S to Stephen.
For the names of the other half-marathon runners, go to the set called "Ottawa-area Half-marathoners" which has links to the full directory of names i.e., all 15 web pages.
To access race statistics AND pictures (if available), first click on this Sportstats’ link and enter the runner's last and first names, and then click on Search.
The names are derived from the following half-marathon races:
i) 2010 Canada Army Run (link for photos only)
ii) 2010 Ottawa Fall Colours (link for photos only)
iii) 2010 Nine Run Run (link for photos only)
iv) 2011 Winterman (link for photos only)
v) 2011 Ottawa Race Weekend (link for photos only)
vi) 2011 Canada Army Run (link for photos only)...
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