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This morning, alongside the beach and skyline of Downtown Vancouver over 525 participants, gathered at the Ambleside Park start line to tackle breast cancer and a 16 kilometer race to the Peak of Grouse Mountain. Over 35 relay teams and 383 individuals endured a fun but challenging 4,100 feet of elevation gain and uphill trek in an effort to raise valuable funds for Rethink Breast Cancer. This year’s Seek the Peak winner was seasoned course veteran Colin Dignum with a time of 1:28:11. The course record set by Simon Driver of 1:24:08 still stands.
Among the participants were the friends and family of North Vancouver resident Kim Tempest, an avid Seek The Peaker, who passed away from advanced breast cancer just before Christmas. Rethink created The Kim Tempest Top Fundraiser Award this year to honour Kim whose passion for the cause and enthusiasm for Seek The Peak was both legendary and inspiring. Over the past few years Kim help raise thousands of dollars in pledges for Rethink and their programs which help and support young women with breast cancer. Kim’s story also inspired TELUS to match the top fundraiser’s amount this year to a maximum of $5000. The Kim Tempest Top Fundraiser Award fittingly went to Kim's husband Dave Mallinson this year who raised over $10,000 for Rethink Breast Cancer.
Grouse Mountain and Rethink Breast Cancer have raised over $275,000 through Seek The Peak over the past 9 years.
Grouse Mountain and Rethink would like to thank all the volunteers, racers and organizers who are an passionate group of individuals bound together with the shared goal to eliminate breast cancer.
Seek The Peak Results: 
Top Relay Team: Capilano Eagles - 1:40:54 
Top Solo Male: Colin Dignum - 1:28:11 
Top Solo Female: Chessa Adsit-Morris - 1:47:38