Big White's Ryan Moffat won three gold medals last weekend at Sun Peaks.

Moffatt leads Big White Racers at Sun Peaks

Local skiers head to the podium at Teck Cup races

Ryan Moffat led the Big White Racers to the podium with three gold medals at the Teck GS event Jan.  12 and 13 at Sun Peaks Resort near Kamloops.

Big White Racers from the U12 to U16 divisions joined 79 ladies and 86 men at at the two-day competition in chilling temperatures of -20.

Results for Big White Racers are:

• U16

Female Race 1

3 Ella Alphonso

4 Olivia Kirby

7 Olivia Baldessare

Female Race 2

4 Olivia Kirby

5 Olivia Baldessare

6 Ella Alphonso

Male Race 1

1 Ryan Moffat

3 Alex Roehrig

8 Jules Youngberg

Male Race 2

1 Ryan Moffat

3 Alex Roehrig

8 Jules Youngberg

10 Evan Kwong

Female Race 3

4 Ella Alphonso

8 Olivia Kirby

10 Olivia Baldessare

Male Race 3

1 Ryan Moffat

4 Alex Roehrig

6 Jules Youngberg

10 Evan Kwong

 

 

 

• U14

Male Race 1

6 Marcus Athans

Female Race 1

4 Brooke Lukinuk

7 Emily Pilon

9 Gillian Callaghan

Male Race 2

2 Zane Torres

7 Quinn Rasmussen

 

 

 

Female Race 2

2 Brooke Lukinuk

5 Emily Pilon

Male Race 3

1 Zane Torres

8 Marcus Athans

10 Cody Jorgenson

Female Race 3

3 Brooke Lukinuk

4 Emily Pilon

7 Gillian Callaghan

 

 

 

• U12

Male Race 1

7  Isaac Athans

Male Race 2

7 Zander Torres

10 Isaac Athans

Female Race 1

7 Amy Jorgenson

8 Jaxon Slaney

Female Race 2

6 Ainsley Kasemodel

8 Amy Jorgenson

9 Jaxon Slaney

10 Alison Sinclair

Female  Race 3

2 Sophie Schroeder

7 Hallie Jenkins

10 Amy Jorgenson

 

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