Snowmobiler claims crown

Justin Evans has earned the title of Top Snowmobiler

Justin Evans has won the title of Top Snowmobiler in North America’s Top Snowmobiler competition.

“Congratulations to Justin Evans from British Columbia, Canada on garnering the most votes in the final round and being crowned the 2017 North American Top Snowmobiler.

“Not only did Justin capture the glory of his country, but he has won an all expense paid trip to Club Ski Doo where he will be awarded his choice of a 2018 Ski-Doo snowmobile,” the website said.

“I still can’t believe that we won, it. I’m very thankful for all my supporters. I’m very humbled,” said Evans

Evans will be travelling to Rio to pick out his new snowmobile.

“I’ve never won anything in my life. With this, I’m really going to start pushing the younger generation to make better choices,” he said.

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