Amanda Froehlich Chow won her fourth Queen City Marathon in Regina Sunday.
The Marquis product finished the marathon in 2:58:50 despite battling a chest infection.
“When I woke up I thought ‘I’m not 100 per cent,’ but I didn’t want to miss it,” Froehlich Chow told the Regina Leader-Post. “It’s the first marathon I ever ran and the first one I won. It’s at home and there’s so many supporters and it’s organized so well. It’s just a really enjoyable run.”
In addition, the Peacock cross country running team finished second in the relay category for the second straight year.
Kyle Dalgarno, Regan Silversides, Graeme Harrison and Tye Buettner finished the 42 km run in 2:53:01. Emmett Harrison was supposed to run, but he picked up a foot injury playing football Friday and so the four runners ran longer legs.
The relay can be run by three, four or five member teams. The relay drew 157 teams.
In other local results Quinton Johb finished 21st overall and fourth in his age group as he finished in 3:14:57.
Alix Fox finished ninth overall and was third in the 20-24 female age group with a time of 3:28:44.
Teresa Donley finished 17th overall in the women’s field and was second in her age category with a time of 3:40:53.
Dale Toni’s time of 4:02:57 was good for fourth in his age group.
Peacock also entered two other relay teams. The teams had three teachers and seven cross country runners — many of whom were taking part in the event for the first time.
Team Orange finished in 10th place and Team Green finished 22nd.