Tayla Koerber is one of six Revelstoke youth that will be competing at the BC Winter Games in Vernon this weekend.

Six Revelstoke youth off to BC Winter Games

Five members of the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club and one judo athlete will be competing at the BC Winter games in Vernon this weekend.



The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club will be well represented when the B.C. Winter Games kick off in Vernon this Thursday, Feb. 23. (Clockwise from top left) Sit-skier Emily Suchy, Kellen Viznaugh, Gina Cinelli, Rhys Evans and Tayla Koerber will all be competing. The only non-cross country athlete will be judoka Liam McCabe.

The 2012 B.C. Winter Games take place in Vernon from Feb. 23-26. More than 1,000 athletes from across the province will be competing. Revelstoke athletes will represent the Thompson–Okanagan Zone.

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