Ridge Meadows Racers move on to Westerns

The Ridge Meadows Racers will be sending five athletes to the upcoming Western Canadian short track speed skating championships.

Marshall Shupe (right) of the Ridge Meadows Racers cuts inside a Prince George Skater during the B.C. Games.

The Ridge Meadows Racers will be sending five athletes to the upcoming Western Canadian short track speed skating championships.

Shivani Bahadur, Pascal Chassay, Janie Green, Marshall Shupe, and Tim Song, will be heading to the Canada West Championships in Lethbridge Alberta at the end of this month.

They will race skaters from Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

They qualified at the provincials on March 8-9.

In the Female L2T 10/11 division Annabelle Green won a bronze medal, and Adam Abbott finished eighth overall in the province in the L2T 10/11 Male division.

In the T2T-12 Males, Tim Song won gold, while Pascal Chassay and Tahlon Flamma finished fifth and seventh in the province.

In the T2T-12 female division Janie Green won gold, and Shivani Bahadur finished 5th in the province for the T2T-13 Females.

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