Three local skiers win technique awards at midget provincials

West kelowna skiers win awards.

Seventeen members of the Telemark Junior Development program took part in the B.C. Midget Championships over the March 5-6 weekend.

The championships were held at the Whistler Olympic Park in the Callaghan Valley, the same trails that were used for the Vancouver Olympic Nordic events.

The Midget Championships attracted 178 of the top BC boy and girl skiers in the 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001 age groups.

Over the weekend the Telemark skiers captured 15 individual and relay medals as well as a 3rd overall in the club aggregate.

Scott McKinnon, Grayson McKinnon and Ian Williams were also awarded 3 of the 10 technique awards.

Saturday individual classic 2km

1998 Girls

Veronika Dimova, 5th

Madeline Ertel, 8th

Jillian Sader, 15th

1999 Girls

Kyra McNulty, 8th

Madison Dickie,  9th

Kiana McNulty, 16th

2000 Girls

Ailie Hayman, 3rd

2000 Boys

Ian Williams, 1st

Ben Shipley, 5th

Matt Shipley, 9th

Scott McKinnon, 10th

2001 Girls

Abigail Ertel, 10th

Kennedy Dickie, 12th

Sally Haaheim, 17th

2001 Boys

Aaron Myshak-Davis,

2nd

Grayson McKinnon,

3rd

Hamish Graham, 4th

Saturday 4 x 1.5km

Relay

Boys

Telemark #1, 4th

Aaron Myshak-Davis, Scott McKinnon, Matt Shipley, Ian Williams

Telemark #2, 7th

Ben Shipley, Abigail Ertel, Kennedy Dickie, Hamish Graham

Girls

Telemark #1, 2nd

Vernonika Dimova, Jillian Sader, Kyra McNulty, Madeline Ertel

Telemark #2, 10th

Kiana McNulty, Madison Dickie, Sally Haaheim, Ailie Hayman

Sunday 0.3km free

technique sprints

1998 Girls

Madeline Ertel, 10th

Veronika Dimova,

11th

Jillian Sader, 13th

1999 Girls

Kyra McNulty, 9th

Kiana McNulty, 15th

Madison Dickie, 16th

2000 Girls

Ailie Hayman, 4th

2000 Boys

Ian Williams, 1st

Matt Shipley, 9th

Matt Shipley, 10th

Scott McKinnon, 11th

2001 Girls

Sally Haaheim, 9th

Abigail Ertel, 11th

Kennedy Dickie, 12th

2001 Boys

Aaron Myshak-Davis,

1st

Hamish Graham, 4th

Grayson McKinnon,

5th

 

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