Mega X attracts a crowd

Snowboard and Ski Cross event raises funds for Smithers Ski and Snowboard Club

The 2019 Mega X Ski and Boarder Cross event on Hudson Bay Mountain April 6th attracted 120 competitors from Yukon, Prince George, Quesnel, Burns Lake, Kitimat, Telkwa and Smithers.

“The event went very well and was a huge success,” said organizer Jason Krauskopf.

RESULTS

Ski Female – U10

1 – Petra Peter

2 – Neva Willman

3 – Fruzina Peter

4 – Addison Macneil

Ski Male – U10

1 – Thomas Vollmer

2 – Malcolm Hausot

3 – Logan Buchanan

4 – Corbin Weinstein

Ski Female – U12

1 – Cassidy Collingwood

2 – Olivia Vangel

3 – Samantha Love

4 – Sophie McCallum

Ski Female – U14

1 – Chloe Collingwood

2 – Adree Brulotte

3 – Ava Macdougall

4- Bridie Hikisch

Ski Male – U14

1 – Isaac Hausot

2 – Connor Hausot

3 – Elliot Jarrett

Snowboard Female – U14

1 – Paige Stokes

2 – Peyton Belisle

3 – Cedar Rysavy

4 – Mattea Williams

Snowboard Male – U14

1 – Toan Krauskopf

2 – Ryder Morrison

3 – Jackson Stokes

Ski Female – U18

1 – Charlotte Gibson

2 – Erica McCallum

3 – Freya Jarrett

4 – Amelie Brulotte

Ski Male – U18

1- Liam

2- Wesley Vangel

3- Warren Scrooby

4- Jack Logan

Snowboard Female – U18

1- Bri Belisle

2 – Avril Thom-Lucy

3 – Katie Peterson

Snowboard Male – U18

1 – Luke Pali

2 – Tosh Krauskopf

3- Cole pali

4 – Heiko Krauskopf

Ski Female – Open Recreational

1 – Kali Holahan

2 – Suzie Heffner

3 – Isabelle Lindsay

4 – Stephanie Sear

Ski Male – Open Recreactional

1 – James Minifie

2 – Fabien Florentin

3 – Eduard Hausot

4 – Ryan Willman

Ski Male – Open Comp

1 – Jason Oliemans

2 – Phil Soicher

3 – Jacob Hoskins

4 – Chris Bertucci

Snowboard – Male Open

1 – Jason Belisle

2 – Dave Walter

3 – Brent Lamb

4 – Greg Stokes

Open Blades

1- Jason Oliemans

2 – Jaret Bradford

3 – Darcy Fraser

4 – Harrison Mcalonan

 

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