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March 1-3, 2019 Teck BC Championships at Larch Hills in Salmon Arm:
Congratulations to our Bull Mountain Racers – and former Bull Mountain Racer – for great results!
Friday — classic mass start: Nadia 4th…..Jessabelle 13th….Anika 2nd….Grace 11th
Saturday — interval start skate (free) technique: Nadia 3rd…..Jessabelle 6th….Anika 2nd……Grace 15th
And…overall results from the Teck BC Cup series for 2018-2019:
- Anika earned 1st place in the Teck BC Cup series aggregate awards in the Midget category (2006) girls xc skiing.
- Nadia earned 2nd place in the Teck BC Cup series aggregate awards in the Bantam category (2008) girls xc skiing.
- Cole Turner, who started out skiing with the WLCCSC but now trains in Kelowna with Telemark Nordic, won 1st place in the Junior Mens (1999-2000) Teck BC Cup series aggregate awards.
Feb 16-17, 2019 Teck BC Midget Championships at Sovereign Lake Nordic Centre in Vernon:
Four of our Bull Mountain racers participated in the recent Teck BC Midget Championships, which is an annual event for kids ages 9-12. There were three events: 2 km classic race; 300 m skate race; 1.5 km team relay race. It’s a popular event, with 25-35 competitors in each boys and girls age group. Anika came earned a silver in her classic race! Jake, Anika, Nadia and Oi teamed up to make a Bull Mountain Wranglers relay team, and won tasty cookie medals, coming in first in their Unofficial Relay Team category.
Five of our youth Bull Mountain Racers and one coach competed at the Teck BC Cup#2 in Revelstoke last weekend, January 26-27. Members of the Bull Mountain Racers team who raced at this provincial competition were Jessabelle Trelenberg, Nadia Wallin, Jake Sutton, Anika Wallin, and Grace Turner. These five racers had 7 top 10 finishes!
Anika Wallin earned a gold in her classic sprint (350 m) and bronze in her freestyle (skate) race (3.75 km), and Nadia Wallin earned a gold in her freestyle (skate) race (2.75 km). Coach and Jackrabbits Coordinator, Rob Sutton also competed, in the 10 km freestyle (skate) Masters category.
Congratulations to all the racers! They all did really well with a technically challenging course – lots of steep hills and sharp turns.