Blizzards compete in the Junior and Masters Nationals

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There was a huge crowd of cyclists in Devon, this past weekend, for the Tim Hortons Junior and Masters Nationals.

Richard Wood brought home a silver medal in the 60+ category, in Edmonton, Friday. He went on to get 7th in the Saturday road race, as well.  Pat Ferris was 37th in the 50-59 90k road race.

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Geoff McDonald of Grande Prairie did well bringing home 2 silver medals, for the ITT and the RR 30-39 age class.

Blaine Cannonball Richter (GP) also did well, just missing a medal in the ITT.

Peter King was 5th in Beace Quebec at the National Paralympic Championships ITT, this past weekend, as well.

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