Don Robertson flies down TNT in the chainless downhill race on Sunday at Mt. Macpherson. Stu Dickson edged out Marty Schaffer for the win in the men’s race. On the women’s side

Photo: Chainless with a purpose

Stu Dickson and Theresa McGeragle come out on top at Chainless TNT downhill race on Sunday.

Don Robertson flies down TNT in the chainless downhill race on Sunday at Mt. Macpherson. Stu Dickson edged out Marty Schaffer for the win in the men’s race. On the women’s side, Theresa McGeragle beat out Lindsey Corrigan for the win. More than 30 people took part in the first Flowt Toonie downhill race of the season. The next race is on the Logging Leftovers trail on Boulder Mountain this Sunday, June 15 at 11 a.m.

~ Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

 

 

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