The Kamloops Classics had an outstanding time at the third annual Salmon Arm Swimming Jamboree on the weekend.
In 10-and-under girls, Brynn Applegath was first in the 50-metre butterfly, 50m freestyle, second in the 200m IM and third in the 50m breaststroke at 1:05.49, while Heidi Reimer was third in the 50m backstroke, and Ashtyn Farough placed second in the 50m breaststroke and third in the 200m IM.
In the 11-and-over girls, Riley Anness won the 50m butterfly and was second in the 50m freestyle at 47.8. Tessa Hirshmiller finished first in the 100m IM, second in the 50m breaststroke and 50m freestyle at 47.81, and third in the 50m butterfly.
In the eight-and-under boys, Parker Cameron won the 50m breaststroke and the 50m freestyle at 53.92.
In the 10-and-under boys, Jack Cameron was second in the 100m IM, 50m breaststroke, and 50m freestyle. Arisson Jyrkkanen finished third in the 50m backstroke, 50m butterfly, 50m breaststroke and 50m freestyle.
In the 12-and-under boys, Tristin Kicia won the 100m IM, 50m butterfly and 50m breaststroke, and was third in the 50m freestyle. Jack Savage was first in the 50m freestyle, second in the 50m backstroke and the 50m butterfly, and third in the 50m breaststroke.
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Registration now is open for the second annual Bluebird Banked Slalom that is scheduled for Sun Peaks Resort on Feb. 17.
Hundreds of man hours have gone into clearing a new race course — located skier’s right on 5 Mile and Cahilty ski runs — called Hully Gully. The course will utilize the natural banked terrain and features making for a one-of-a-kind race.
The event is sponsored by the Bluebird Day Fund, a local organization in memory of rider Bryn Taylor.
Open to both skiers and riders 19 years of age and over, participants will compete against the clock on a closed banked slalom course. Each competitor will get one or two timed runs, dependent on the weather.
Advance registration is required and takes place at Guest Services located in the Village Day Lodge or by calling 250-578-5474. Registration is limited to 100 people.
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Drew Ramsay and Liam Moss of the Aberdeen Judo Club came away with medals from the Western Canada Age Class wrestling championships at the TCC on the weekend.
Ramsay won silver in the Cadet Boys Division, while Moss wrestled his way to a bronze in the Schoolboy Division.
Next up for AJC members is the Saskatchewan Open (judo) in Regina this weekend. Moss, Geoffrey Hanks and Megan Hanks will compete as members of Team B.C.