Women’s enduro competition racers tackle muddy course

Revelstoke Women's Enduro racers took on a muddy course on Saturday.

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A racer at the Revelstoke Women's Enduro on Sept. 14. Photo: Laura Szanto/Revelstoke Mountaineer
Photos by Laura Szanto
Competitors tackled a muddy course at the annual Revelstoke Women’s Enduro race on Saturday.
Photo: Laura Szanto/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

132 racers donned their mud gear and funky costumes on top and took on a 30-kilometre enduro-style course that started at Mount Macpherson and ended on Logging Leftovers at Boulder Mountain.

It was a muddy course after serious rainfall. Photo: Laura Szanto/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

In enduro races, cyclists must complete the entire course but are timed on short downhill sections.

In the open category, Micah Morris came in first, followed by Lindsey Corrigan and Chantal Mathieu in third.
Apres at the finish line. Photo: Laura Szanto/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

In the junior race, Taylor Chruszsz came in first, followed by Kate Earle and Sydney Musseau.

Correction: An earlier version of this story said there were 128 racers. In fact there were 132.

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