Snow slows Atomic cross 

The first of three Atomic Skier/Snowboardcross events got underway on Feb. 21 in almost 30 centimetres of new snow, which continued to pile up over the course of the day.

With all that snow to play in the turnout was respectable in every category, with more than 60 racers showing up.

Prizes and cash ($100 for the winner, $75 and $50 for the runners-up) were available to the top riders, and those lucky enough to win draw prizes.

Kevyn Johnston won the Atomic Snowboard, and Mel Dydynsky won the Atomic 10’22 skis.

The next events on the calendar are March 7 and 21. Register between 8:45 and 9:45 a.m. in the Rendezvous.

Men Amateur Snowboard

1. Ian Weinstein

2. Geoff Wall

3. William Paradis

4. Tony Kearney

5. Kevin Johnstone

6. Carlos Constable

7. Bendeto Moreira Neto

Men Amateur Ski

1. Ryan Danchuk

2. Craig McFetridge

3. Gabriel Crivat

4. Mark Warner

5. Christian Dean

6. Mike Stewart

7. Noah Reid

8. Jesse Lieberthal

Women Amateur Snowboard

1. Robin Vangyn

2. Marie Claude Isabelle

3. Molly Milligan

4. Tasha Perry

5. Cori Olafson

6. Kerry Martin

7. Lauren Sampson

8. Mel Dydynsky

Women Amateur Ski

1. Ashleigh McIvor

2. Julie Mountifield

3. Abbey Westlake

4. Joanna McDonald

Men Pro Ski

1. Daniel Moore

2. Brian Bennett

3. Matt Tweedy

4. Seb Fremont

5. Tyler Gigg

6. Andrew Lord

7. Julien Robillard

8. Jay Roberts

Men Pro Snowboard

1. Ryan Hickey

2. Derek Wintermans

3. Tom Willmott

4. Cott Gillis

5. Adam Livingstone

6. Christian Muller

7. David Marino

8. Perry Bizik


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