Paddle, Pedal, Run draws another crowd

Chris Lynch of Blaine shoved off on the first leg of the Paddle, Pedal, Run en route to placing 18th overall at the June 1 event on Spectacle Lake.   Photos by Greg Hunt

Chris Lynch of Blaine shoved off on the first leg of the Paddle, Pedal, Run en route to placing 18th overall at the June 1 event on Spectacle Lake. Photos by Greg Hunt

The annual Paddle, Pedal, Run triathlon organized by the Cambridge Cycling Club was blessed with sunny, mild weather once again when the event drew a large crowd out to Spectacle Lake on Saturday, June 1.

Nathan Budde of South Haven replaced Ryan Bohn of Cambridge at the top of the overall standings when the 36 year-old covered the three-tiered course in 1:01:12. Bohn, 22, was 2nd with his time of 1:03:00 while he paddled the 1.5 mile course on Spectacle with his father KC Bohn, biked 11.2 miles, then closed with a 2.25 mile run.

Santiago Morgan, 51, of Minneapolis placed 3rd at 1:03:03. Mike Larson, 51, of Cambridge was 4th (1:09:08), and Jeff Colbert, 45, of Cambridge took 5th (1:11:53).

The youngest individual competitor was Jack Hennen, 12, of Cambridge who placed 12th at 1:16:00. Bonnie Larson, 50, of Roseville posted the top women’s time of 1:21:20. Next was Allison Heinzeller, 37, of Cambridge (1:23:02) and Stacy Kremer, 37, of Princeton (1:26:23).

Ryan Bohn of Cambridge was suited up quickly to begin the 11.2 mile bike ride while finishing 2nd in the annual Paddle, Pedal, Run Invite.

Ryan Bohn of Cambridge was suited up quickly to begin the 11.2 mile bike ride while finishing 2nd in the annual Paddle, Pedal, Run Invite.

• The Race the Rum 5K/1 mile run & walk will be this Saturday, June 8, starting at the Isanti County Government Center at 8:45 a.m. Registration runs from 8-8:45 a.m.

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