The winner in men’s ranking Karl Mäe. Foto by Eiliki Pukk

On Sunday, April 15th, Dune Race and sunny spring day brought together a lot of sporty people. According to preliminary data, a total of 1123 sports enthusiasts participated in the event: 562 runners, 198 walkers and nordic-walkers,  78 dog racers and 285 children race’s contestants.

The winner of Dune Race was Karl Mäe from sports club Altius (time 28.27, 5). Second place went to Marek Nõmm (time 28.27, 5) and the third place went to Teet Kokk (time 28.40.8).

The winner in women’s ranking was Liliana Torn from Täppsportlased (time 34.05.2), second place went to Kadiliis Kuiv (36.49.3) and the third place to Kaire Matson (36.55.9)

The winner of the 5,4-kilometer canicross was Henek Tomson, who ran along the Siberian Husky Ellerdon Thalag. Second place went to Ülari Kais and Weimar Cats Estell and the third place went to Tarvo Siim and Beauceron Frosty Charm Fute Fafnir. In canicross women’s ranking, the winner was Astrid Mai Barsegyan. She ran along with a racing partner Siberian Husky Arctic Soul Winner Voyager. For the second consecutive year, Merilin Jürisaar and Siberian Husky Suisu came in the second place. Kaire Matson with Siberian Husky Gino alias Occhilupo Gino Garofano came in third. 
Canicross is organized by Two Bridges Club in cooperation with Agility Club My Friend.

The results of the race are available on the homepage. Our photo galleries are accessible here and in our Facebook page

Pärnu Two Bridge Club thanks all participants, volunteers, supporters and partners.

The winner in women’s ranking Liliana Torn. Photo by Albert Sillaste