Alanna Brittin

GALLERY & VIDEO: Team Scream 2015

The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club held its annual Team Scream Relay on Saturday.

The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club held its annual Team Scream Relay on Saturday. This year’s theme was rock stars, and most racers came dressed up. For most people, it was a fun relay, with parents teaming up with their children, or friends racing together.

Members of the junior race team skied both laps — starting off classic and switching to skate-skis after the first lap. The race was a warmup for nationals, which take place next week in Thunder Bay, Ont. With several racers from the powerful Larch Hills Nordic Club in Salmon Arm taking part, the competition was stiff.

But really, the Team Scream is mostly about fun. Check out the gallery by the Times Review, and a video by Mike Thomas of the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club for highlights from the event. Results of the race follow.



Team Scream 2015 Results by AlexCooperRTR

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