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Locals hold own at S2S Nationals

BMX race draws 500 riders to Squamish from as far away as Texas
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Over three days this past weekend, Squamish BMX hosted over 500 riders for the Sea to Sky Nationals, one of four Canadian events sanctioned by the American Bicycle Association.

Riders from as far away as Texas took part while local riders from Sea to Sky, where BMX is exploding in popularity recently, were also represented.

It was the biggest BMX event so far for the Squamish club, and took a huge amount of effort to pull together. But with children pulling their parents into the sport as volunteers and racers, there was no shortage of support.

The first day of racing was a pre-race event, with the nationals taking place on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Friday

In the Pre-race category, Squamish's Robyn Schenk placed first in the 7 Girls competition. Maja Woolley and Chloe Carlson were second and fourth in 10 Girls. Bruce Scarth was fourth in 36-40 Cruiser. Ron Goldstone was second in 41-45 Cruiser.

In 5 & Under Novice it was all Squamish with Mackenzie Hanwell in first, Sam Beatty second and Anders Fanslau third. Finishing fourth through eighth were Nolan Fielding, Griffin Tulk, Marin Lowe, Cole Poburan and Luce Van Eesteren.

In 6 Novice, Jordan Plumb and Owen Scarth of Squamish were first and second.

In 6 Intermediate, Jobey Pearson of Squamish was fourth and Daunte Glover sixth.

In 7 Novice, Squamish's Tyler Liebrecht was first, Kodi Ward third and Bradley Fraser fourth.

In 7 Intermediate, Jordan Tulk of Squamish was second, with Samuel Watson in fourth and Benjamin Wilson eighth. Pemberton's Mason Gautrey was seventh.

In 8 Novice, Squamish riders Jordan Muller, Adrian Conn, Hunter Vriend and Wyatt Cardiff were first, second, fourth and fifth respectively.

In 8 Intermediate, Finn Finestone of Whistler was the top rider, followed by Squamish's Jeremy Pope in second. Logan O'Sullivan of Squamish was fourth, Andrew Fielding of Squamish was fifth and Lukas McLaughlin of Whistler was eighth.

In 9 Intermediate, Squamish's Izaak Berrisford was first, Josh Cormack second and Tucker Reed fourth.

In 9 Expert, Squamish's Tristan Lindsay was second.

In 10 Intermediate, Squamish's Logan Van Eesteren and Cameron Fielding were second and third respectively.

In 11 Novice, Squamish's Aiden Dziekan was second, Kyle Sorenson was third and Alex Scott fifth.

In 11 Intermediate, Squamish's Jacob Murray was third and Whistler's Finn Iles fourth.

In 12 Expert, Sean Fincham of Squamish was first.

In 13 Intermediate, Darwin Cardiff of Squamish was second.

In 13 Expert, Brandon Murray of Squamish was fifth.

In 28-35 Intermediate, Whistler's Brian Finestone was third.

 

Saturday

In the National #1 category, Jackson Goldstone was third in 9-10 Open.

In 7 Girls, Robyn Schenk was second and Teigen Pascual third.

In 10 Girls, Maja Woolley of Squamish was first and Chloe Carlson sixth.

In 17-20 Cruiser, Kyle Quesnel was third.

In 36-40 Cruiser, Rich Carlson was fifth and Bruce Scarth seventh.

In 41-45 Cruiser, Ron Goldstone was fifth.

In 36-40 Girls Gruiser, Mirian Bailey of Squamish was fourth.

In 5 & Under Novice, Mackenzie Hanwell and Griffin Tulk were first and second, with Tegan Cruz of Pemberton in third. Also from Squamish, Marin Lower was fourth, Kaiden O'Sullivan fifth, Lucy Van Eesteren sixth and Nolan Fielding seventh.

In 6 Novice, Squamish's Tyler Liebrecht was first, Owen Scarth fourth, Jordan Plumb sixth and Ruker McGoey seventh.

In 6 Intermediate, Jobey Pearson of Squamish was sixth, while Jacob Coleman was eighth.

In 7 Novice, Squamish's Sasha Bishop was first, Finn Smyth second, Bradley Fraser sixth and Kodi Ward eighth.

In 7 Intermediate, Jordan Tulk was third, Samuel Watson fourth and Benjamin Wilson eighth.

In 7 Expert, Jackson Goldstone was fifth.

In 8 Novice, Wyatt Cardiff was second, Callum Cameron fourth, Hunter Vriend fifth, Jordan Muller sixth and Adrian Conn seventh.

In 8 Intermediate, Finn Finestone of Whistler was first, Kaden Scott of Squamish fourth, Lukas McLaughlin of Whistler fifth and Jeremy Pope of Squamish sixth.

In 9 Novice, Nathan Bishop of Squamish was first.

In 9 Intermediate, Izaak Berrisford of Squamish was first, followed by Josh Cormack in second and Tucker Reed in sixth. Lucas Cruz of Pemberton was seventh.

In 10 Novice, Aiden Dziekan of Squamish was first.

In 10 Intermediate, Cameron Fielding, Logan Van Eesteren and Holden Jones were third, fourth and eighth respectively.

In 11 Novice, Kyle Sorenson and Alex Scott of Squamish were third and fourth.

In 11 Intermediate, Jack Cormack of Squamish was first.

In 11 Expert, Jacob Murray of Squamish was third and Finn Iles of Whistler fifth.

In 12 Expert, Kasper Woolley of Squamish was fifth and Sean Fincham seventh.

In 13 Intermediate, Darwin Cardiff of Squamish was fourth.

In 19-27 Intermediate, Michael Mailey of Squamish was fourth.

In 28-35 Novice, Sean O'Sullivan of Squamish was first.

 

Sunday

On the final day, Robyn Schenk and Teigen Pascual of Squamish were second and third in 7 Girls.

In 8 Girls, Bailey Goldstone of Squamish was sixth.

In 10 Girls, Maja Woolley was second and Chloe Carlson seventh.

In 17-27 Girls Bailey O'Driscoll of Squamish was sixth.

In 36-40 Cruiser, Bruce Scarth of Squamish was fifth.

In 41-45 Cruiser, Ron Goldstone of Squamish was fifth.

In 36-30 Girls Cruiser, Virginia Lindsay of Squamish was third.

In 36-40 Girls Cruiser, Miriam Bailey and Vicki Schenk of Squamish were third and fourth.

It was the usual suspects in 5 & Under Novice, with Squamish's Mackenzie Hanwell in front, Tegan Cruz in second, and Squamish riders Anders Fanslau, Isaac March, Nolan Fielding, Kaiden O'Sullivan, Lucy Van Eesteren in seventh and Sam Beatty in third through eighth respectively.

In 6 Novice, Tyler Liebrecht and Jordan Plumb of Squamish were first and second, with Owen Scarth and Lynnette Conn in fourth and sixth.

In 6 Intermediate, Jobey Pearson and Brady Reed of Squamish were fourth and fifth, while Whistler Jacob Coleman moved up to second.

In 7 Novice, Kodi Ward and Bradley Fraser were fourth and fifth.

In 7 Intermediate, Squamish's Samuel Watson was third and Pemberton's Mason Gautrey was sixth. Benjamin Wilson of Squamish was seventh.

In 8 Novice, Hunter Vriend of Squamish was third, with Adrian Conn, Ben Thompson, Jordan Muller and Wyatt Cardiff in fourth through seventh.

In 8 Intermediate, Finn Finestone was first once again to make it a hattrick for the weekend, followed by Logan O'Sullivan and Jeremy Pope of Squamish. Kaden Scott of Squamish was sixth.

In 9 Intermediate, Lucas Cruz of Pemberton was first, with Squamish riders Josh Cormack and Tucker Reed in second and fifth.

In 9 Expert, Tristan Lindsay of Squamish was sixth.

In 10 Intermediate, Holden Jones, Cameron Fielding and Logan Van Eesteren of Squamish were first, second and third respectively.

In 11 Novice, Aiden Dziekan and Kyle Sorenson were first and second, with Breana Vriend in fifth.

In 11 Intermediate, Jack Cormack of Squamish was first.

In 11 Expert, Whistler's Finn Iles was second. Jacob Murray of Squamish was fourth.

In 12 Expert, Kasper Woolley of Squamish was fourth, followed by Sean Fincham in fifth.

In 13 Intermediate, Darwin Cardiff of Squamish was fourth.

In 14 Novice, Brett Granger of Squamish was third.

In 28-35 Novice, Sean O'Sullivan of Squamish was first.

For complete results, visit www.ababmx.com. For more on the Squamish BMX club, visit www.squamishbmx.com.

 

 

 




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