The Larch Hills Junior Race Team show off their Teck BC Championship team trophy won during the March 6-8 event at Telemark Nordic in West Kelowna. (Brad Calkins photo)

Larch Hills skiers secure team trophy at B.C. Campionships

Junior race team wins trophy seventh year in a row

By Brad Calkins


The Larch Hills Junior Race Team won the BC Championships team trophy for the 7th year in a row this past weekend at Telemark Nordic in West Kelowna.

The March 6-8 event consisted of three days of racing: a mass start free technique race on Friday, an interval start classic technique race on Saturday and a free technique three-person relay event on Sunday. The weekend was a great wrap-up to the season with a lot of time spent together as a community, both during the races and after.

Read more: Eight times a charm: Larch Hills skiers win team trophy at Teck BC event

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