Running

Runners compete in 54th annual Chuckanut Foot Race

7-mile trail race starts at Marine Park and finishes at Larrabee State Park
July 18, 2022 at 12:36 p.m.
John Glinsman (55) leads the crowd of runners at the start of the 7-mile Chuckanut Foot Race from Marine Park to Larrabee State Park on July 16.
John Glinsman (55) leads the crowd of runners at the start of the 7-mile Chuckanut Foot Race from Marine Park to Larrabee State Park on July 16. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)

By CDN Staff

Runners competed in the 54th annual Chuckanut Foot Race Saturday, a 7-mile trail race that begins at Marine Park in Fairhaven and concludes at Larrabee State Park. 

The race, which was first held in 1968, winds runners through the Interurban Trail, lending views of Chuckanut Bay and the San Juan Islands.

Brooks Dewaard, competing in the 21-25 age group, won first place overall, completing the race in 39:50. Kennedy Rufener was the first female finisher, competing in the 26-30 age group with a time of 42:37. 

photo  Ben Havens, 10, rushes to the finish line as Mic Brisbois follows while competing in the Chuckanut Foot Race. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)  


photo  Runners struggle up California Street hill during the 7-mile Chuckanut Foot Race. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)  


photo  Mike Banham, right, cuts in front of his friend David Vinson at the finish line of the Chuckanut Foot Race. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)  


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