Steve Holm of Port Hardy cross the finish line first in the Frogger 15K run

Holm wins 15K run

Steve Holm of Port Hardy was the overall winner in the inaugural Frogger 15K road run, held Saturday in Campbell River.

Steve Holm of Port Hardy was the overall winner in the inaugural Frogger 15K road run, held Saturday in Campbell River.

Holm, 48, topped a field of 72 finishers with a time of 58 minutes, 59 seconds. He was the only finisher to break one hour in the event, which raised more than $3,000 to help complete the Greenways Look around Campbell River.

Another Port Hardy runner, Katlyn Johnstone, placed 19th overall in a time of 1:18:00. His finish was good for second place among runners in the men’s 24-29 age group.

 

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