Triumphant racers received cookie medals!

Warm weather and sunny skies for 30th Annual Tweedsmuir Ski Race

Spring conditions greeted the 29 participants at this year’s 30th Annual Tweedsmuir Cross Country Ski event

Spring conditions greeted the 29 participants at this year’s 30th Annual Tweedsmuir Cross Country Ski event held Sunday March 6, 2016 in Tweedsmuir Park. All of the participants did a fabulous job skiing anywhere from three to 24km. Alex Boileau took home the coveted race trophy with the fastest overall  time of 1:28:18 for the 24km distance.

All of the kids 12 and under received participation medals and the fastest male and females in each of the separate events received a local handmade 2016 Tweedsmuir x-country ski mug.

Winners by age category/distance are: Age 6 -12, 7km – Jaymen Scheick (M) and Morgan Boileau (F).  Age 17 – 39, 12km Sarah Germain (F) and 24km Alex Boileau (M). 40 + 12km – Jim Hiltz (M), and Jane Thompson (F). 40 + 24km – Carl Harestad (M) and Kirsten Scheick (F).

A huge thank you  to everyone who came out and supported the event and also to our grooming team who tirelessly groom the trails all year and got up at 5:00 am the day of the race to make sure the trails were in top shape!

Thanks and hope to see everyone at next year’s 2017 event!

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