Vanderhoof hosted the provincial Biathlon cup this weekend. A total of 57 competitors from across B.C. participated in the pursuit competition. The farthest competitor came from Vancouver Island and Courtenay. Participants who competed had a chance to qualify for the provincial team that would compete in nationals. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

Photos: Vanderhoof hosts BC Biathlon Cup

57 competitors from across the province participated

Vanderhoof hosted the provincial Biathlon cup this weekend. A total of 57 competitors from across B.C. participated in the pursuit competition. The farthest competitor came from Vancouver Island and Courtenay. Participants who competed had a chance to qualify for the provincial team that would compete in nationals.

There were a total of 14 categories at the competition from Midget upto Masters.

Here are the winners for the individual start category:

Midget 2 km

Isla Cadell — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Juvenile 4 km

Julia Hamp — Omineca Ski Club — Burns Lake

Jr. Boys 6 km

Liam Sinclair — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Jr. Girls 6 km

Adrienne Bender — Omineca Ski Club — Burns Lake

Jr. Men 15 km

Cole Bender — Omineca Ski Club — Burns Lake

Youth Men 12.5 km

Joe Winkelaar — Vancouver Island Ski Club – Vancouver

Youth Women 10 km

Linnea Moutray — Nechako Nordics — Vanderhoof

Sr. Boys 7.5 km

Liam Connon — Caledonia Ski Club – Prince George

Sr. Girls 7.5 km

Allison Joyce — Caledonia Ski Club – Prince George

Masters Men 35 – 10 km

Alan Witwicki — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Masters Men 50 – 10 km

Chris Elden — Caledonia Ski Club – Prince George

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The winners for the Pursuit single start category are:

Midget 2 km

Isla Cadell – Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Juvenile 4 km

Payton Sinclair — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Jr. Boys 6 km

Quinn Friesen — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Jr. Girls 6 km

Nicole Hamp — Omineca Ski Club — Burns Lake

Recreation 1 – 6 km

Savannah Robinson — Cariboo Ski Touring Club — Quesnel

Recreation 2 – 4 km

Kent Friesen — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Sr. Boys 7.5 km

Liam Connon — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Sr. Girls 7.5 km

Brynn Witwicki — Caledonia Ski Club — Prince George

Youth Women 7.5 km

Linnea Moutray — Nechako Nordics — Vanderhoof

Jr. Men 12.5 km

Angus Tweedie — Bulkley Valley — Smithers

Youth Men 10 km

Joe Winkelaar — Vancouver Island Ski Club — Vancouver

Masters Men 35 – 7.5 km

Alan Witwicki — Caledonia Ski Cub — Prince George

Masters Men 50 – 7.5 km

Chris Elden — Cariboo Ski Touring Club — Quesnel

Masters Women 35 – 7.5 km

Léa-Marie Bowes-Lyon — Bulkley Valley — Smithers


Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

aman.parhar@ominecaexpress.com

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