Polehoykie leads way at PG Iceman

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Three participants from Fort St. John went to Prince George this past weekend to compete in the 22nd annual Iceman competition.

It included a 8km cross country ski, a 10 km run, a 5km skate, a 5km run and finally a 800m swim (in the pool of course).

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Weather was cloudy with brisk south winds and around zero degress.

Barb Polehoykie won gold, first in her division of age 40 plus females, Kathryn Fairweather came 13th in the open females category, and Gord Harris was 5th in the men’s 50 plus category.

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