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Valhalla Hills Nordic Ski Club Update

Valhalla Hills Nordic Ski Club Update

Local skier Kolibri Drobish, #204 from Valhalla Hills Nordic Ski Club, charges a hill to take fifth place in the 3.5 kilometre classic technique race. She also took 3rd place the next day with a time of 17:38 in the 5.4 km skate technique race at the Teck BC Championships in cross-county skiing near Kelowna. The event was attended by 598 racers from Alberta, Washington and all areas of B.C.,  Feb. 19-22.  The following weekend, Valhalla Hills Nordic raced 12 skiers at the Blackjack Loppet in Rossland and five skiers at the Kootenay Cup Finale in Nelson, ages four to 55 years old. For full results go to www.zone4.ca. Photos by Trisha Shanks

 

 

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