Top young skiers here for coastal zone ski race

The Mount Washington Ski Club is hosting the Coast Zone Ski Race for the K1 (Kinder) athletes aged 10-12 years old.

The Mount Washington Ski Club is hosting the Coast Zone Ski Race for the K1 (Kinder) athletes aged 10-12 years old.

Competitors will travel from all coastal ski clubs including Whistler, Cypress, Grouse, Seymour and Hemlock – up to 114 racers will participate.

Races will be held on the Allison Forsythe/Invitation at Mount Washington off the Sunrise Chair.

The race schedule is as follows: Friday, Jan. 3 -Giant Slalom; Saturday, Jan. 4 – Giant Slalom; Sunday, Jan.15 -Slalom.

The Mount Washington Ski Club will be entering seven K1 athletes in this event and hope for a strong showing on the podium and in the top 10, a club spokesperson said.

“Please come out and watch some incredible youth sport in action!”





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