Ski and snowboard provincials

Salmon Arm Secondary will be co-hosting the 2015 BC School Sports Ski and Snowboard Provincial tournament with Nakusp Secondary

Salmon Arm Secondary will be co-hosting the 2015 BC School Sports Ski and Snowboard Provincial tournament with Nakusp Secondary, to be held at Revelstoke Mountain Resort ski hill in March.  Salmon Arm put in a bid to host the 2015 provincial race event during the tournament AGM at last year’s host site in Whistler. The host school and hill rotates around the province every second year while every other year Whistler has agreed to host unconditionally. Nakusp approached Salmon Arm, offering to co-host the event. The provincial event will take place March 2 to 4 and will host school ski teams from all regions of B.C.

 

 

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