Triathlon qualifies children for Summer Games

Two athletes from Terrace, B.C. Dawson Lewis and Renzo Zanardo, qualified for the next BC Summer Games at a recent triathlon.

Damian Knox and Braden Clunas race down the swim lanes.

Two young athletes from Terrace, Dawson Lewis and Renzo Zanardo, qualified for the next BC Summer Games at the recent Kermode Kid’s Triathlon May 28.

The event was also the celebration race for the parks and recreation triathlon training group.

Four athletes qualified for the summer games: Dawson Lewis and Renzo Zanardo from Terrace, Konrad Thummerer from Smithers, and Kobi Franes from Prince Rupert.

 

 

 

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