Dirkie Scholtz hits the rail during competition at the Rail Jam Mar. 3. Over 40 competitors attended the event

Smithers rail jam draws crowd

The Rayz Board Shop Rail Jam attracted quite a crowd as more than 40 skiers and snowboarders attached rails to claim victory.

The Rayz Board Shop Rail Jam attracted quite the crowd last week. With hundreds looking on as more than 40 skiers and snowboarders attached rails to claim victory.

The Rail Jam has exploded into one of the corner stone winter events in Smithers, bring together riders of all ages and skill levels.

Some of this years top winners were:

Tosh and Toan Krauskopf finishing in first and second respectively in men’s nine and under snowboard category. Followed by Darren Taylor in third.

In the men’s open snowboard event Travis Hoornaborg captured first followed by Jacob Roseboom in second and Tim Huisman in third.

Zoe Blewett landed herself in first in the Women’s open ski, with Anneka Hodson in second and Hannah Tramph in third.

For a full list of results go to our website at www.interior-news.com.


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