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KVRS wraps up with dual GS

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Despite the record snowfall and the distraction of the Olympics and Paralympics, the Whistler Blackcomb events department managed to get off all six Kokanee Valley Race Series events as planned and on schedule.

The final event, a dual giant slalom and team relay, took place on March 18 on Ross's Gold/Gandy Dancer with a strong turnout - many of the participants getting in a few warmup gates before this weekend's Appleton Rum Peak to Valley race.

The overall series winners were also decided in the final event, based on points earned over all six events.

Dual GS Results Individual

Women 60-Plus

1. Grace Oaks - 1:41.88

Women 50 to 59

1. Terry Daly - 1:31.27

Women 40 to 49

1. Sanae Tanaka - 1:26.35

2. Michele Marsh - 1:35.39

Women 30 to 39

1. Kristi Hirsh - 1:36.50

2. Hisae Fukui - 1:40.18

2. Kristy Wright - 1:40.18

Women 19 to 29

1. Bettina Schluechter - 1:22.30

2. Jessica Nicol - 1:33.50

3. Sarah Colman - 1:56.97

Men 80-Plus

1. Gar Robinson - 2:11.31

Men 70 to 79

1. David Trussler - 1:29.76

2. Bob Switzer - 1:34.79

Men 60 to 69

1. Paul Psutka - 1:25.00

2. Butch White - 1:27.47

3. Jules Lajoie - 1:33.49

Men 50 to 59

1. Dave Johnston - 1:24.38

2. Ken Chaddock - 1:26.63

3. Thomas Cole - 1:30.87

Men 40 to 49

1. Tenney Wilkins - 1:21.65

2. John Muzzillo - 1:24.40

3. Geoff Gerhart - 1:26.71

Men 30 to 39

1. Peter Hruby - 1:23.00

2. David Dubcak - 1:23.64

3. Paul Hothersall - 1:24.99

Men 19 to 29

1. Ian Stirk - 1:23.19

2. Roger Zogg - 1:24.75

3. Tom Francis - 1:25.02

Men Pro

1. Philip Beauregard - 1:23.36

Men Telemark

1. Hugh Berwick - 1:58.13

Women Snowboard

1. Stephanie Johnston - 2:11.89

Men Snowboard

1. David Ball

2. Shawn Kinch

 

 

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