Zarija Djurickovic of the Mount Washington Ski Club in action at recent competition.

Mount Washington Ski Club hosting Teck Coast Zone race

Giant Slalom event for U14/U16 Kinders Series set for Jan. 16-17

The Mount Washington Ski Club invites everyone to come and watch some amazing young Olympians in training as they host the Teck Coast Zone U14/U16 Kinder Series Giant Slalom race , Jan. 16-17 at Mount Washington.

The race will be held on Invitation – a great viewing place from the Sunrise Chair. With two tough seasons of snow for the zone athletes, all will be in fine form and eager for some high speeds.

For this event, the Mount Washington Ski Club will be hosting over 125 U14 and U16 athletes from Whistler, Grouse, Seymour, Cypress, Manning Park and Hemlock.

“Please come on out and support your local athletes in training, we would love to see you there,” an event spokesperson said. “It will be an event that should not be missed as it is not often the Mount Washington Ski Club is able to host an event of this size.”

For more information, visit mtwashingtonskiclub.com

 

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