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UPDATE: 2013 Fat Tire Festival Results

Nelson Daily Staff
By Nelson Daily Staff
August 25th, 2013

The 2013 Fat Tire Festival results are in

Kootenay Krawl

5 and under:  Rosco Dupont
6-8 year olds:  Lauren Bridge
9-13 year olds:  Oso Punchard
“Grown-ups”:  Travis Hauck

Last Wheelie Standing

Double Up Cross Country Race

Sane 100+:  “Slow and Easy”  Brent and Rose Watkinson

Sane Over/Under:  1st:  (no team name)  Chantal Dery and Yael Oosthuizen
                            2nd:  “I’ll kill you if those are my socks”  Blair and Jordan Weston
                            3rd:  “Dust Bunnies”  Jim Jamieson and Oso Punchard
                            4th:  “Bunny Hop Fantastic”  Jeanie Dwyer, Neeva Marchal, Macy Weston

Insane Open Mixed:  “Thunderqueen  and Wonderboy”  Maya Grosch and Dude

Insane Open  Women:  “Hucks R Us”  Jessica DeMars and Doris Hausleitner

Insane Open Men:  1st:  “NRG” Ronnie Haws and Mike Seniuk
                            2nd:  “Falcon Fliers”  Mike Hood and Remi
                            3rd:  “Pulled Pork”  Mark Weigeldt and Jeremy Major
                            4th:  “Home Alone”  Dylan Henderson and Chris George
                            5th:  “Jamaican Christmas”  Anthony Maley & Liam Maley
                            6th:  “400 lbs of meat”  Charles Arnold and Mark Crowe
                            7th:  “Cheetah Power”  Jackson Giroux (SOLO!)

Insane Open 80+  Mixed:  1st:  “Peddle, Dang It!”  Sue and Kelly Robertson
                                        2nd:  (no team name)  Candace English and Rudy
                                        3rd:  “Sollidos”  Allison Lutz and Eric Sollid
                                        4th:  “Diamond Duo” Con & Martine Diamond

Insane 80+  Men:  1st:  “Whiskey”  Randy Lall and Graeme Marshall
                            2nd:  “Yes We Can!”  Lucas Meyers and Joel McBurney
                            3rd:  “Harold Street”  CP Walsh and Marc Thibault

Kids X-C
2-3 Girls:  1st Nya, 2nd Katie, 3rd Ella
2-3 Boys:  1st Ronan, 2nd Hugo, 3rd Lee

4-5 Girls:  1st Gabi, 2nd Molly, 3rd Jersey
4 Boys:  1st Jace, 2nd Henry, 3rd Liam
5 boys:  1st Rosco, 2nd Marcus, 3rd Jordan

6-7 Girls:  1st Isla, 2nd Maya, 3rd Anouk
8 Girls:  1st tula, 2nd Sarah, 3rd Neeva/Imogen (tie)
6-7 Boys:  1st Kai, 2nd Jacob, 3rd Wyatt
8 Boys:  1st Dylan, 2nd , 3rd Xxavier

9-12 Girls:  1st Jordan, 1st Lauren
9-12 Boys:  1st Yael, 2nd Nate, 3rd Theo


Under 13 Girls:    1st:  Neeva Marechal
                          2nd:  Imogen Maley
                          3rd:  Jordan Weston
                          4th:  Macy Weston
                          5th:  Angelica Ross
                          6th:  Sarah Robertson

Under 13 Boys:  1st:  Nate Atkins
                         2nd:  Arlo Henderson
                         3rd:  Sam Fisher
                        4th:  Yael Oosthuizen
                        5th:  Coda Punchard
                        6th:  Seth Oosthuizen
                        7th:  Wyatt Atkins

13-15 Boys:        1st:  Benoit Thibault
                          2nd:  Joel Aubert

16-18 Boys:     1st:  Lewis Seagram
                       2nd:  Sky Dunn Saavis
                      3rd:  Conrad Wekwert
                      4th:  Elijah Cogswell

Open Women:  1st:  Jeannie Dwyer
                        2nd:  Candace English
                        3rd:  Kerry Greenley
                        4th:  Oso Punchard

Open Men:    1st:  Dilon Standidge
                    2nd:  Alex Volokhov
                    3rd:  Nigel
                    4th:  Francois

Everybody loves a Parade!

The Fat Tire Festival 2013 kicked off in grand spirits Friday evening as cyclists took to the new Kootenay Co-op parking lot on Baker Street to participate in the annual parade through the downtown core.

Cyclists from all ages groups bought out the two wheelers for the annual parade.

The parade traditionall kicks off the Fat Tire Fest weekend.

Saturday events were planned before the final races of the weekend, Sunday at the former Morning Mountain Ski Hill.


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