Liam Freathy stands on top of the podium after winning the 2005 boys race.

Revelstoke alpine race kids dominate at Kicking Horse

The Revelstoke Ski Club had some spectacular results at a race for U12 and younger at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in Golden

By Mary Clayton, Revelstoke Ski Club

The Revelstoke Ski Club had some spectacular results this past weekend from a race for U12 and younger at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in Golden. Revelstoke sent 11 racers and all of them had a top-10 result, with eight of them on the podium.

“We’ve got a great bunch of little racers here and we’re all very pleased with these results,” said Matt Fisher, head coach for the Revelstoke Carvers. “They’re having a lot of fun at training, so it’s wonderful to see that positive energy translating into fast times on the race course.”

Here are the results:

2004 girls: Sydney Musseau – 4th, Erika Peasgood – 6th

2005 boys: Liam Freathy – 1st, Reed Kelly – 4th

2006 girls: Nora Sidjak – 2nd, Meya Musseau – 3rd, Alana Hamilton 5th

2006 boys: Felix Freathy – 3rd

2008 boys: Maxim Cater – 1st

2010 girls: Julieete Freathy – 2nd

2010 boys: Egan Kelly – 3rd

 

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