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Cameron Bragg wins U19 long course Spud Crusher

Imogen Parsons prevailed in the age 19-39 short course event
Whistler mountain biker Cami Bragg won 13 races and placed second at five more in 2022.

Cameron Bragg took care of business again at the Spud Crusher Women's Enduro, defending her title from 2023. The 15-year-old continues to hold her own against older opponents, notching a time of 15 minutes and 31.6 seconds. 

In second was Rebecca Beaton (16:10.10) and Abbie Glavas rounded out the U19 podium in third (16:47.00). 

"Spud Crusher was a good one," Bragg wrote on her Instagram account. "So much fun with all the girls, [Rebecca] and [Abbie]. Thank you PORCA for an amazing event!" 

U15 gold went to Arleigh Kemp (15:41.70), with Ruby Wells taking silver (16:21.20) and bronze going to Megan Pretorius (17:36.80). 

Tereza Nátrová emerged victorious in the long course open for riders aged 19 to 29, hitting the line in 16:14.60. Ellie Richards wasn't far behind (16:44.70) and completing the top three was Danielle Bordeleau (17:59.60). 

Over in the age 19-39 short course race, it was Imogen Parsons who triumphed (11:18.30) ahead of Nina Harmon (11:22.70) and Misa Pacakova (12:11.50).

Bree Thorlakson bested her fellow 40-plus athletes in short course (11:31.20) as Fernanda Kitahara (11:50.90) and Tracy Napier (12:10.20) earned silver and bronze respectively.

Full results are available here.