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Unusual Hailstorm Slammed Vancouver Sun Run Participants (PHOTOS)

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On Sunday, thousands took part in the 35th annual Vancouver Sun Run in downtown.

However, participants got a little more than they signed up for this year.

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During the run, an unusual hailstorm came over the city, bombarding runners as they made their way through the streets.

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Burnaby’s Justin Kent came in first place for the men’s division. His win marks the first time a local runner has won the Vancouver Sun Run in 27 years. Natasha Wodak won the women’s division, while Balraj Zimich was first in the wheelchair division.

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