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Convincing wins and record fundraising at Banque Scotia 21k de Montréal 
More than 5,000 runners raise more than $625,000 and counting for 39 local 
charities 
MONTREAL, April 28, 2013 /CNW/ - Strong performances on a beautiful sunny day 
marked the 2013 Banque Scotia 21k de Montréal et 5k today and Athletics 
Canada National Half-Marathon Championships. A record 5,200 runners took to 
the scenic streets of Parc Jean-Drapeau today, raising more than $625,000 for 
39 local charities. 
Canadian Olympian and defending champion Eric Gillis from Guelph, ON cruised 
to a comfortable win and took the Athletics Canada National Half-Marathon 
Championships title with an impressive victory in 1:05:57. He broke away from 
Toronto's Rejean Chiasson at 3km and never looked back. Chiasson took second 
place with a finish time of 1:08:04. 
Krista Duchene from Brantford, ON had an even more impressive solo performance 
and took the female title at 1:12:28, just 19 seconds shy of the national 
record. She was trailed by Dayna Pidhoresky from Tecumseh, ON, who had a 
strong performance at 1:16:39 as she returned from injury. Lisa Avery was a 
surprise bronze medalist at 1:17:08. 
"Today's race was not only an inspiring one for the athletes and supporters, 
but also for Montreal's community," said Francois Lecot, Race Director, Banque 
Scotia 21k de Montréal et 5k. " Runners and spectators alike came together 
today both through the sport of running and for raising funds for causes in 
the community." 
The Scotiabank Charity Challenge raised more than $625,000 as of press time. 
This remarkable achievement exceeds last year's total of $565,000. 
"The 2013 Banque Scotia 21k de Montréal et 5k was a huge success and we want 
to thank runners and supporters who should be extremely proud of their 
achievements today," said Carole Chapdelaine, Scotiabank Senior 
Vice-President, Quebec and Eastern Ontario Region. "Today's race demonstrated 
enthusiastic competition and community spirit and through the Scotiabank 
Charity Challenge, we surpassed our goal and reached $625,000 which is truly a 
remarkable success." 
Banque Scotia 21k de Montréal Results: 
Half-Marathon Male 
1. Eric Gillis (Guelph)      1:05:57 
2. Rejean Chiasson (Toronto) 1:08:04 
3. Patrice Hamelin (Quebec)  1:09:02 
                           
Half-Marathon Female 
1. Krista Duchene (Brantford)  1:12:28 
2. Dayna Pidhoresky (Tecumseh) 1:16:39 
3. Lisa Avery (Orillia)        1:17:08 
                             
5k Results 
5k Male 
1. Charles Philibert-Thiboutot (Quebec) 14:29 
2. Charles Cooper (Montreal)            15:20 
3. Philippe Gravel (Magog)              15:26 
5k Female 
1. Beatrice Ouellet (Montreal) 18:45 
2. Linda Henry (Montreal)      19:01 
3. Mandoline Royer (Montreal)  21:22 
                             
Now in its eleventh year, the Banque Scotia 21k de Montréal serves as the 
Athletics Canada National Half-Marathon Championships and helps kick off the 
2013 Canadian Championship Series. 
Athletics Canada National Half-Marathon Championships Results: 
Canadian Championship Male 
1. Eric Gillis (Guelph)          1:05:57 
2. Rejean Chiasson (Toronto)     1:08:04 
3. Patrice Hamelin (Quebec City) 1:09:02 
                               
Canadian Championship Female 
1. Krista Duchene (Brantford)  1:12:28 
2. Dayna Pidhoresky (Tecumseh) 1:16:39 
3. Lisa Avery (Orillia)        1:17:08 
                             
To see a list of charities involved in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge, 
please visit http://www.canadarunningseries.com/monthalf_en/montCHARITY.htm 
For more highlights and complete race results, please visit 
http://www.canadarunningseries.com/monthalf_en/index.htm 
Twitter Hashtag: #SCOTIA21KMTL 
About Scotiabank: 
Scotiabank is committed to supporting the communities in which we live and 
work, both in Canada and abroad, through our global philanthropic program, 
Scotiabank Bright Future. Recognized as a leader internationally and among 
Canadian corporations for our charitable donations and philanthropic 
activities, Scotiabank has provided on average approximately $47 million 
annually to community causes around the world over each of the last five 
years. Visit us atwww.scotiabank.com. 
About Canada Running Series 
CRS is Canada's premier running circuit with 9 events in Toronto, Vancouver 
and Montreal. It provides a top quality "running experience" for participants 
of all levels and abilities, from Canadian Olympians and international stars, 
to weekend warriors and first-time fitness folks. It annually attracts 60,000 
participants and raises over $6 million a year for some 250 mostly-local 
charities. Information and registration:www.RunCRS.ca. 
Sheena Findlay Scotiabank Sheena.findlay@scotiabank.com 416-866-6806 
Katherine Vanda High Road Communications Katherine.vanda@highroad.com 
514908-0110 poste 315 
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