Bluebird day draws a crowd 

Kokanee Valley Race Series continues with super G

Blue skies and hard-packed conditions helped the Kokanee Valley Race Series to its largest turnout of the season, with more than 80 racers taking part in an extended super G race on Ross’s Gold on Feb. 17. Each athlete took two runs of the course, with only the best run counting.

It was the fifth race in the nine-event series, and like the previous week, attracted a strong field of local coaches and former racers.

For more information on the race, as well as complete results and series standings, visit www.whistlerblackcomb.com/todo/events/detail/kokanee.asp.

Feb. 17 KVRS Results

Women 60-Plus

1. Grace Oaks – 1:22.15

Women 40 to 49

1. Kary Firstbrook – 1:16.29

2. Terry Vincent – 1:20.57

3. Andree Ducharme – 1:52.25

Women 30 to 39

1. Heike Stippler – 1:18.28

2. Karin Kafkova – 1:20.73

3. Shirley Hui – 1:24.96

Women 19 to 29

1. Susannah Shute – 1:20.13

2. Kimberly Arnot – 1:21.68

3. Robyn Francis – 1:25.74

Women Pro

1. Hilary Lindh – 1:10.37

2. Kim McKnight – 1:12.13

3. Nadia Samer – 1:14.06

Men 70-Plus

1. Werner Himmelsbach – 1:26.42

2. Gar Robinson – 1:33.14

3. Doug Deeks – 1:33.83

Men 60 to 69

1. Bob Switzer – 1:15.15

2. David Trussler – 1:15.68

3. Alfred Zeilberger – 1:19.15

Men 50 to 59

1. Jacques Chouinard – 1:11.52

2. Paul Psutka – 1:13.26

3. Butch White – 1:13.68

Men 40 to 49

1. Tommy Thompson – 1:09.55

2. Ricky Lewon – 1:10.40

3. Alain Rey – 1:10.58

Men 30 to 39

1. Bob Jaffe – 1:12.62

2. John Evenson – 1:14.63

3. Atsushi Kamei – 1:19.98

Men 19 to 29

1. Etienne Coallant – 1:13.12

2. Toshi Maruyama – 1:15.25

3. Steve Angus – 1:21.00

Men Pro

1. Linas Vaitkus – 1:06.18

2. Mark Anderson – 1:06.33

3. Chris Colpitts – 1:06.73

Men Telemarkers

1. Randy Warm – 1:25.12

2. Gavin Christie – 1:29.92

Men Snowboarders

1. Jason Eckard – 1:33.94

2. Andy Roberts – 1:52.36

3. Seb Kemp – 1:58.15

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