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Monday, December 10, 2018
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Amanda Mitchell leads Elks in D.C.

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Eighteen skaters from the Fort St John Elks Speed Skating club attended their first long track meet of the season on Saturday, January 17 in Dawson Creek.

The weather was exceptional and times were fast.

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Results are as follows:

Division 1

Rick Lee – 2nd – 3 Personal Bests

Kayne Dressler – 5th – 4 PB’s

Desiree Mitchell – 6th – 3 PB’s

Kelsey Johnson – 7th – 3 PB’s

Mitch Kupchanko – 8th – did not complete all races due to an injury

Jamie Lee – 9th – 4 PB’s

Connor Johnson – 12th – 4 PB’s

Kathryn Stickel – 13th – 4 PB’s

Division 2

Ben Maxfield – 2nd – 4 PB’s

Kyla Wass – 6th – 4 PB’s

Colton Johnson – 7th 4 PB’s

Division 3

Rachel Kalkman – 4th 4 PB’s

Renee Kalkman – 7th – 4 PB’s

Eryn Stickel – 11th – 4 PB’s

Division 4

Amanda Mitchell – 1st – 4 PB’s (moved from Regional II to Regional I category)

Joshua Telizyn – 2nd – 4 PB’s

Yuna Lovell – 3rd – 4 PB’s (moved from Regional II to Regional I category)

Nyam Newlove – 5th – 4 PB’s

Congratulations to all

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