Quesnel skiers hit the slopes

Adrian Scrooby’s best finish of the weekend was third in the Men’s NAT 2 RUN GS on Jan. 25, with a total two run time of 2:46.73. (Photo courtesy of by Bonnie Grenon)
Anna Maria Kadenbach’s best finish was third place in the Ladies’ NAT 1 RUN SL on Jan. 26, with a time of 1:32.23. (Photo courtesy of Bonnie Grenon)
Over the course of the weekend, Avery Bowden’s best finish was third in the Ladies’ NAT 2 RUN GS on Jan. 25, with a total two-run time of 3:06:41. (Photo courtesy of Bonnie Grenon)
Elliot Jarrett’s best finish of the weekend was first place in the Men’s NAT 2 RUN GS on Jan. 25, with a total two-run time of 2:28.62. (Photo courtesy of Bonnie Grenon)
Petra Peter’s best finish was first place in the Ladies’ NAT 1 RUN SL on Jan. 26, with a time of 1:19.38. (Photo courtesy of Bonnie Grenon)
Kara Kozuchar’s best finish was 11th place in the Ladies’ NAT 2 RUN SL on Jan. 26, with a total two-run time of 2:30.44. (Photo courtesy of Bonnie Grenon)

The weekend of Teck Racing was a big success and saw athletes from Smithers, Prince George, Sunpeaks and Quesnel compete in the U12, U14 and U16 event.

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