4th Annual Gemini Beer MIle
Vancouver, BC
September 13, 2002

Conditions: Clear, cool evening.

Official Race Site

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Name Time Gender Beer Notes
1 Jonathon Silcock 6:35.0 M From Can Canadian
2 Paul Purin 6:40.0 M From Can Canadian
3 Kent Williams 6:44.0 M From Can Canadian
4 Steve Cork 6:50.0 M From Can Rainier
5 Stephen Symon 6:51.0 M From Can Canadian
6 Eric Langhjelm 6:52.0 M From Can Canadian
7 Brice Evans 6:53.0 M From Can Canadian
8 Peter Cardle 7:37.0 M From Can Canadian
9 Frank Lucarelli 7:38.0 M From Can Canadian
10 Pawel Szopa 7:40.0 M From Can Canadian
11 Andrew Ferguson 7:43.0 M From Can Rainier
12 Gavin Arthur 7:57.0 M From Can Kokanee
13 Doug Keir 8:19.0 M From Can Kokanee
14 Frank Gigliotti 9:14.0 M From Can Budweiser
15 Terry Bushnell 9:15.0 M From Can Canadian
16 Bobbi-Jo Evans 10:12.0 F From Can Canadian
17 Steve Knoll 10:43.0 M From Can Kokanee
18 Ctherine Yoell 11:34.0 F From Can Canadian
19 Kristine VanKleef 11:44.0 F From Can Rickards
20 Patrick De Sousa 12:37.0 M From Can OK Spring Pale Ale
21 Peter Kindret 13:37.0 M From Can Granville Island Lager
22 Keith Iwasaki 14:02.0 M From Can OK Spring Pale Ale



Race Notes:

The 4th Annual Gemini Beer mile was contested in Vancouver, BC, Canada, on
Friday, September 13th. The race, usually held to celebrate summer
birthdays in June, was delayed this year due to one of the birthday people
being pregnant and the previous years' race organizer having some serious
adventure racing training to do, which prevented her from giving beer mile
promotion her full attention.

At 7pm, 32 athletes gathered to race -- the biggest turnout yet. Of the 32,
there were 25 did official beer miles (22 men and 3 women) and 7 did
non-standard beer miles.

Spectators guessed at which of the favourites -- including Kent Williams,
Peter Cardle and Steve Symon-- would win. As shown in the video
(LINK), Stephen Cork of Vancouver/Seattle was quick out of the gates but
faded on his last beer, while Jonathan Silcock, dark horse from North
Vancouver, won the event in 6:35. Top woman finisher was Bobbi Jo Evans in 10:12.

Winners were crowned at a post-race party which continued on well into the
night. Thanks to organizers, athletes, volunteer timers, and our two
unexpected sponsors, bringing prizes and donuts!