KVRS mixes it up 

Terrain GS format heads into terrain park

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The Feb. 23 Kokanee Valley Race Series event was a little different, with organizers forgoing the annual slalom in favour of a Terrain Giant Slalom race — a GS event that follows the ski cross course.

There's just one event remaining in the series, the annual dual giant slalom and team relay on Thursday, Mar. 15. Anyone is welcome to take part, whether they've participated in any KVRS events this season. Early registration is $29, both online and at Guest Relations. Day-of-race registration is $35 at the Rendezvous Lodge.

Women 60-plus

1. Joy Fera — 57.43

2. Grace Oaks — 1:02.14

Women 40 to 49

1. Kim McKnight — 51.40

2. Sanae Tanaka — 54.56

3. Heike Stippler — 55.07

Women 30 to 39

1. Kristi Hirsh — 59.52

Women 19 to 29

1. Andrea Ingham — 57.59

2. Sarah Colpitts — 1:18.87

Men 70 to 79

1. David Trussler — 55.50

2. Lloyd Henderson — 58.12

3. Al Fife — 1:01.95

Men 60 to 69

1. Paul Psutka — 53.26

2. Gary Burton — 56.46

3. Jules Lajoie — 59.90

Men 50 to 59

1. Tenney Wilkins — 49.47

2. David Johnston — 51.69

3. Chris Wetaski — 52.04

Men 40 to 49

1. John Muzillo — 51.68

2. Robert Mitchell — 52.93

3. Geoff Gerhart — 53.70

Men 30 to 39

1. Ken Pedersen — 49.26

2. Daniel Moore — 49.69

3. Scott Waller — 1:57.81

Men 19 to 29

1. Jack Iles — 50.94

2. David Eastwood — 51.22

3. Charles Wright — 51.35

Men Snowboard

1. David Ball — 58.15

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