Big White Racers race to podium at Apex

Zane Torres and Brooke Lukinuk lead the way at season-opening Okanagan slalom races

Big White's Brooke Lukinuk won two medals at the opening race of the Okanagan alpine season.

Big White Racers Zane Torres and Brooke Lukinuk each struck gold twice in the opening events of the Okanagan zone ski racing season.

Torres (boys) and Lukinuk (girls) won both of their slalom events in the U14 division in the Okanagan alpine time trials last weekend at Apex Mountain Resort.

B.W. Racers also won two bronze medals in the U12 division.

More than 100 skiers from Revelstoke, Kamloops, Mt. Baldy, Apex, Silver Star and Big White were in attendance.

The complete results for Big White Racers are:

• U14 Boys race 1

1st Zane Torres

7th Marcus Athans

10th Quinn Rasmussen

• U14 boys race 2

1st Zane Torres

10th Marcus Athans

• U14 girls race 1

1st Brooke Lukinuk

5th Gillian Callaghan

6th Emily Pillon

• U14 girls race 2

1st Brooke Lukinuk

5th Emily Pillon

10th Gillian Callaghan

• U12 boys race 1

5th Isaac Athans

10th Anthony Kurkjian

• U12 boys race 2

3rd Isaac Athans

9th Anthony Kurkjian

10th Bodhi Phillips

• U12 g race 1

3rd Sophie Schroeder

9th Hallie Jenkins

10th Jaxon Slaney

• U12 girls race 2

1st Sophie Schroeder

 

8th Hallie Jenkins

 

 

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