A photo illustration of Tyler Flegel riding the rails at Kitimat's Rail Jam.

Kitimat Rail Jam results

Results are in for the Kitimat Rail Jam, held on Friday, January 25

10 and under Boarder

1st Place Tosh Kranskopf- Smithers

2nd place Toan Kranskopf- Smithers

 

10 and under skier

1st Place – Aidan Press- Smithers

2nd Place – Jake Thornton- Kitimat

3rd Place – Thayna Healey- Terrace

 

11-13 Boarder

1st Place- Jayden Haskin-Smithers

2nd Place- Caden Forster-Telkwa

 

11-13 skier

1st Place- Jared Thornton- Kitimat

2nd Place-Trevor Flegel- Kitimat

3nd Place –Joey Parkes- Terrace

 

14-17 Boarder

1st Trent Bruhjell- Smithers

2nd Justine Hickman- Kitimat

3rd Cubby Fox- Telkwa

 

14-17 Skier

1st Place Colin Forster-Telkwa

2nd Place Alex Pidharny- Smithers

3nd Place Matt Kingsmill- Smithers

 

Over 18 Boarder

1st Place – Lee Miller-Terrace

2nd Place – Taylor James-Kitimat

3rd Place – Lans Kaldenhowen- Kitimat

 

Over 18 Skier

1st Place Cameron Hemmons- Terrace

2nd Place Joel McSworely- Prince Rupert

3rd Place Logan Malkow- Smithers

 

Women Participants

Zoe Blewet-14-17yrs skier- Smithers

Kiana Beth Moore- 14-17yrs-boarder -Smithers

Deirdre Lind – 11-13yrs skier – Terrace

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