2019 120 Races

PHOTOS form annual event where little kids can race their sleds around Heritage Park in Smithers.

2019, 120 races

Race Results:

Stock 120, 3-4 years old

1st Henry Malkow

2nd Paige Lubbers

3rd Haven Hinds

Modified 120, 3-4 years old

1st Henry Malkow

2nd Paige Lubbers

3rd Haven Hinds

Stock 120, 5-7 years old

1st Kipton Jaarsma

2nd Hunter Desautals

3rd Maddy Malkow

Modified 120, 5-7 years old

1st Hunter Desautals

2nd Talia Forsyth

3rd Kipton Jaarsma

Stock 120, 8-10 years old

1st Danae Jaarsma

2nd Elliette Pederson

3rd Kaleb Forsyth

Modified 120, 8-10 years old

1st Callie Ehrlich

2nd Ella Olivier

3rd Franklin Walker

There were 20 racers signed up and they ranged in ages from three to nine years old.

The races were sponsored by Trails North Powersports, Evergreen Industrial and BV Insurance Services. Race crew was John and Geri Brown, Maxine, Corbin and Brody Ehrlich, Kendra and Marcel Thibodeau, and Jacques.

The Town of Smithers allowed the use of Heritage Park to hold the races.

 

(Marisca Baker photo)

Twenty kids under the age of 10 came out to Heritage Park in Smithers on Saturday to rip around on their sleds. (Marisca Bakker photo)

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