International Children’s Games local medal results

The 2011 International Children’s Games wrapped up on Sunday in Kelowna.

The 2011 International Children’s Games wrapped up on Sunday in Kelowna.

Here’s a look at the medals won and the top performances in each event by local athletes and teams:

• Girls’ Hockey

Kelowna, silver

• Boys’ hockey

Lake Country (POE), gold

West Kelowna, silver

Kelowna, bronze

• Boys cross country skiing

Mackenzie Carson, West Kelowna,

two bronze

West Kelowna relay team, silver

Gareth Williams, Kelowna, 4th and


• Girls’ cross country skiing

Veronica Dimova, Kelowna, bronze

Madeleine Ertel, Kelowna, 6th and


• Mixed cross country skiing

Kelowna, gold

• Girls’ curling

Kelowna, bronze

• Boys’ curling,

Kelowna, 5th

• Boys snowboarding, slopestyle

Martin Dakota, Kelowna, gold

Ben Cousins, Kelowna, silver

• Boys’ snowboard cross

Dakota Martin, Kelowna, 4th

• Girls’ Snowboard cross

Mica Bot, Kelowna, silver

Kayla Shepherd, Kelowna, bronze

• Girls’ figure skating

Dana Bobyn, Kelowna, 5th

Monika Randall, Kelowna, 8th

• Boys’ figure skating

Kelly Basisty, Kelowna, bronze

• Girls’ speed skating

Abigail McCluskey, Kelowna, 6th

and 8th

• Boys’ speed skating

Mitchell McCullough, Kelowna, 5th

and 5th

• Girls’ alpine skiing giant slalom

Olivia Kirby, Kelowna, 8th

• Girls’ ski cross

Olivia Kirby, Kelowna, 6th

• Boys’ alpine skiing (giant slalom)

Shaun Taylor, 12th, Kelowna

• Ski Cross boys

Jeremy Dejong, Lake Country, 4th

Avery Walline, Kelowna, 7th

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