Cedar Cameron-Harding cheers as other skiers come into the transition and exchange zone.

Cedar Cameron-Harding cheers as other skiers come into the transition and exchange zone.

PHOTOS: Athletes score gold for Olympic-themed costumes at Team Scream

Fun skiathlon and relay encourages creative costumes

Under a bright bluebird sky, the athletes glided past the Revelstoke Nordic Club Day Lodge.

There were downhill skiers, and synchronized swimmers; skeleton sliders and figure skaters; Olympic press and Olympic medals. Even the Olympic torch made an appearance.

The nordic skiers were decked out in Olympic-themed costumes for the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club’s Team Scream, a fun relay and skiathlon.

For those doing the skiathlon, they began with one 3.75-kilometre lap in the classic technique before swapping their equipment out for skate poles and skis for lap two. In the relay, team members skied either the skate lap or the clasic lap.

And in true Olympic fashion, Rory Luxmoore, dressed as ‘IOC Media’ roamed the finish to conduct interviews with athletes.

It was the last race at home for a while for the competitive athletes. Some will be heading out for the BC Championships this weekend, while others will be racing at the BC Winter Games in two weeks.

The Revelstoke Nordic Club is also hosting the BC Midget Championships over the first weekend in March.

To see the full results from Team Scream, head to revelstokenordic.org.


 

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Erik Brosch double poles into the transition area on the Mount Macpherson trails during the Revelstoke Nordic Club’s fun skiathlon on Feb. 10. (Marissa Tiel/ Revelstoke Review)

Erik Brosch double poles into the transition area on the Mount Macpherson trails during the Revelstoke Nordic Club’s fun skiathlon on Feb. 10. (Marissa Tiel/ Revelstoke Review)

Cassie Wolgram approaches the day lodge.

Cassie Wolgram approaches the day lodge.

Chad Smith approaches the exchange zone.

Chad Smith approaches the exchange zone.

‘Biathlete’ Micah Jacobs waits for his teammate to tag him to set off for the second lap of the Team Scream relay race.

‘Biathlete’ Micah Jacobs waits for his teammate to tag him to set off for the second lap of the Team Scream relay race.

Rebecca Brosch strides toward the transition zone to change to the skate technique.

Rebecca Brosch strides toward the transition zone to change to the skate technique.

Jennifer Wild, from the team ‘Blades of Glory’, waits for her teammate to tag her so she can start the second lap of the skiathlon Team Scream race.

Jennifer Wild, from the team ‘Blades of Glory’, waits for her teammate to tag her so she can start the second lap of the skiathlon Team Scream race.

Rory Luxmoore, dressed as ‘IOC media’ approaches the transition zone.

Rory Luxmoore, dressed as ‘IOC media’ approaches the transition zone.

Joseph Boyle-Colangelo starts the second lap of the race, done in the skate technique.

Joseph Boyle-Colangelo starts the second lap of the race, done in the skate technique.

AJ Acton skis to the finish.

AJ Acton skis to the finish.

Francesco Morrone skis towards the exchange zone of the Team Scream fun relay event. The theme this year was ‘Olympic-mania’.

Francesco Morrone skis towards the exchange zone of the Team Scream fun relay event. The theme this year was ‘Olympic-mania’.

Volunteers keep track of racers in the transition and exchange zone.

Volunteers keep track of racers in the transition and exchange zone.

Isobel Wilson pushes to the finish line.

Isobel Wilson pushes to the finish line.

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