Ski club hosts Nancy Greene comp at RMR

Revelstoke FIS racers compete in Panorama, while RSC hosts Nancy Greene race at RMR

A racer tackles the gates during a Nancy Greene series race at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Jan. 26.

By Mary Clayton/Revelstoke Ski Club

This past weekend was a busy one for the Revelstoke Ski Club. Our FIS racers were in Panorama for a Keurig Cup series, with two GS and two slalom races.

On the first day of competition Emily Unterberger was on the podium, with a third place in GS.

“I’m pretty happy with this result,” Unterberger said. “I was confident with my skiing before the race and knew I was capable of a top-three finish.”

Emily also came in seventh in the second GS race, and 11th in one of the slaloms.

Team-mate and FIS rookie Mitch Smith was 14th in one of the slalom races, and 19th in a GS.

“This weekend was a challenge,” Smith said. “The competition is tough — this is a good field of boys. Neither my results nor my skiing are where I wanted them to be but I’m looking forward to my next race.”

The next stop for both of these skiers is the U18 Nationals in Collingwood, Ontario February 10–16.

On the home front, the Revelstoke Ski Club hosted a Nancy Greene race for the North Okanagan zone on Sunday. Close to 170 young racers participated from Kamloops, Kelowna, Vernon and Golden.

Thanks to Revelstoke Mountain Resort for the great grooming and venue, and to our sponsors whose support allows us to hold these events.

The results for our Revelstoke racers are:

2002 Girls

Sophia Humphreys 4th

2002 Boys

John Sidjak 2nd

Nolan Gale 4th

Kaleb Prunkle 5th

Owden Tarnako 7th

Ezra Lebel 8th

Simi Luttrell 9th

2003 Girls

Morgan Tegart 3rd

Emily Macleod 5th

Holly Hamilton 6th

2003 Boys

Alex Jay 5th

McKinley Buchanan 14th

Alex Gribbon 15th

2004 Girls

Erika Peasgood 1st

Sydney Musseau 6th

Brynn Harrison 14th

2004 Boys

Elliot Wilson 4th

Teigan Lenzi 7th

Sam Larson  12th

Gabe Erbenich 14th

Cole Bibby 15th

2005 Girls

Nora Sidjak 1st

Kaylin Gale 3rd

Aislin Buchanan 9th

Maeve Macleod 11th

Ruby Mae Mowbray 12th

2005 Boys

Reed Kelly 3rd

Liam Freathy 4th

Parker Aucoin 6th

Louis St. Onge 7th

Kale Jay 10th

Hayden Beauvier 12th

Murdoch Tegart 14th

Andrea Sheppard 18th

Laurent Amyot 22nd

2006 Girls

Alena Hamilton 2nd

Meya Musseau 4th

Sophie van Oort 6th

Lillian Vickers 9th

2006 Boys

Felix Freathy 1st

Corbin Martin 4th

2007 Girls

Olivia Aucoin 5th

Mckenzie Roe 6th

Audrey St Onge 7th

Madeline Hunt 10th

Tamara Lovett 11th

Larissa Bruchig 12th

2007 Boys

Maxim Cater 2nd

Tobin Gill 6th

Jasper Lebel 7th

Mica Sheppard 8th

Kyle Kojfman 10th

Thomas Lenzi 11th

2008 Girls

Dana Mahoney 1st

2008 Boys

Felix Amyot 4th

 

 

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