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Waterloo’s Dwayne Drover wins world title

Nov. 25, 2009, Waterloo, Ont. - Waterloo firefighter and perennial Firefit competitor Dwayne Drover won the World Firefighter Combat Challenge in Las Vegas last weekend, leading a field of Canadians who took top honours at the international competition.
Fredericton, N.B., firefighter Ryan Hallam was second with a time of 1:28:76, barely off Drover's 1:26:51. Graham MacKenzie of Kamloops, B.C., was third at 1:29:34 and two-time Canadian champion Joe Triff of Halifax came fourth at 1:29:66.
Canadians also won the team event and Jacqueline Rosenberg of York Region Fire Department in Ontario won the women's title. The Record.com reports.

November 25, 2009
By Carey Fredericks

Nov. 25, 2009, Waterloo, Ont. – Waterloo firefighter and perennial Firefit competitor Dwayne Drover won the World Firefighter
Combat Challenge
in Las Vegas last weekend, leading a field of Canadians who took top honours at the international competition.
Fredericton, N.B., firefighter Ryan Hallam was second with a time of
1:28:76, barely off Drover's 1:26:51. Graham MacKenzie of Kamloops,
B.C., was third at 1:29:34 and two-time Canadian champion Joe Triff of
Halifax came fourth at 1:29:66.
Canadians also won the team event and Jacqueline Rosenberg of York
Region Fire Department in Ontario won the women's title. The Record.com
reports. READ MORE