Skaalid sweeps Kamloops tourney

Salmon Arm Ice Breakers Alyssa Skaalid and Tessa Elliott were in top form at the New Gold November Chill Speed Skating race

  • Nov. 14, 2012 11:00 a.m.

Great start Alyssa Skaalid takes first place in all four of her races at the New Gold November Chill Speed Skating race in Kamloops Saturday.

Salmon Arm Ice Breakers Alyssa Skaalid and Tessa Elliott were in top form at the New Gold November Chill Speed Skating race held on Saturday, Nov. 10 in Kamloops.

Skaalid, 17, who also skates for Team BC, convincingly swept first place in each of her four races.

Tessa Elliott, 7, skated in her first sanctioned meet where she established benchmark times in the 100-metre, 200-m, 400-m and 200-m pursuit.

The Ice Breakers skate twice a week and welcome new skaters.  For more information on the club, call Kimm Magil-Hofmann at 250-804-3121 or kmahof@shaw.ca.

 

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