Now in its 30th year, the run is named after the local paper rather than ironically after this city's weather. It's a 10km race around downtown, starting right by the cathedral and trailing through Stanley Park, over a bridge or two, and finishing at the stadium. It's the second biggest run in North America, attracting around 50,000 entrants.
Hannah has adopted a grueling training regime...intermittently...but it worked when she clocked a time of 59:10, finishing around the top 20% of all runners and top 15% of her category. Unbelievably impressive! I'm going to have to work harder at my computer gaming, shortly after giving my Olympian wife a foot massage.
Hannah is runner 803 - that's my favourite number in the whole world!
Plenty of others line up as well.
With her work/running-mate Gillian. They made up the Chevron team from her office.
Here's the view from the very back of the line as Pete and I try to escape from a totally closed city centre.
...except this group - these are the elites who started off first, to win. I thought of breaking into the lead pack pushing Pete in his buggy, for the unbelievable photo opportunity, but thankfully reconsidered (given that my fastest flat-out sprint wouldn't have got me near them anyway I avoided epic fail embarrassment).
And there go the rest. We didn't spot Hannah, but did see two bananas that she started alongside.
Next year it's my turn, I guess. Or not.