Rain didn’t stop Sylvan Lake MultiSport at the Lake

All smiles and happy one participant crosses the finishline during the first annual MultiSport at the Lake, Aug. 4. Photo by Paul Johnston/Sylvan Lake News.
The rain didn’t stop participant who came out for the first ever MultiSport at the Lake. The event held mulitple events, including a triathlon. Photos by Paul Johnston/Sylvan Lake News.
Medals were handed out for finishing each event, including the triathlon.
Parents take off as they complete the first stage of the Family Relay at MultiSport at the Lake, Aug. 3.
One racer basks in the glory of finishing the triathlon at MultiSport at the Lake.
All smiles at the finish line during as participants pose for a photo.

By Paul Johnston

MultiSport at the Lake was held Aug. 3, in Sylvan Lake.

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