Youths participate in triathlon program

TriPower Triathlon Club’s training camps are in full swing.

TriPower Triathlon Club’s training camps are in full swing with 45 kids, ages six to 14 taking part in the main program and another half dozen children from four to six participating in the mini camp.

The first week of the camp culminated in 33 TriPower athletes participating in the Boston Pizza Junior Triathlon held on Saturday, July 14 in Penticton.

Special congratulations to Tri-Power’s first time racers:  Danny Nixon, Chloe Collins, Alyssa Dafoe, Emma Wagner and Ryland Wagner.

In the 6-7 division, Sean Peters placed second and Ryland Wagner fourth while Keirsten Sorensen placed third in the girls division.

In the 8-9 boys division, the top six were from TriPower with Quinten Pearson first, Connor Berrisford second, Noah Russill third, William Rodriguez fourth, Holden Berrisford fifth and Colby Yurkiw sixth. Tyler Piket rounded out this division with a great effort.

In the 8-9 girls division, Tayla Ingram won second place while Ashley McMillan and Emma Wagner both had great races as well.

In a close battle for third place in the boys 10-11 division, Keagan Ingram crossed the line two seconds ahead of Travis Kascak.  Owen Lemoine, Koen Buckingham, Nathan Piket and Evan Peters also raced hard in this division.

In the girls 10-11 field, Jaeda Yurkiw lead the way for TriPower in 7th and following were her teammates Hannah Wagner, Alyssa Dafoe, Becky Rodriguez and Delaney Sorensen.

Haley Berrisford took the win in the girls 12-13 division.  Teammates Emma Russill, Chloe Collins and Elena Selles all raced hard in this division as well.  In the 12-13 boys division Andrew Carlow and Ian Peters had solid races.

Riley Kascak ran his way up the field to fourth place in the 14-15 competitive boys division.  Danny Nixon had a great first-time performance posting the second fastest swim time in this division.

Elia Rodriguez had an outstanding personal performance and earned third place in the girls 14-15 division.

TriPower has several more races this season including the Summerland ORCA KOS race on Sunday, Sept. 2.

 

For more information about TriPower please visit www.tripowertriclub.com

 

 

Just Posted

Rural recreation tax, priority for Penticton

Three of Penticton’s reps on regional district say finding way to tax rural areas for rec a priority

Grow your family tree at the library

There is a book in the library that I want to read.… Continue reading

Hockey team gets behind Movember

Summerland bantam team supporting men’s health cause

Critteraid fundraiser in support of 53 sick and injured cats and kittens

Only a few tickets left for fundraiser in Summerland for rescued cats and kittens

Volunteer visitors needed

Summerland senior care home calling for volunteers

Trudeau offers to help Pacific islands face climate change impact

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with the leaders from the Pacific island nations on Saturday during the APEC Summit in Papua New Guinea

Price makes 36 saves as Habs edge Canucks 3-2

Late goal lifts Montreal past Vancouver

BC Minister of Agriculture loses stepson to accidental overdose

Lana Popham announces death of her 23-year-old stepson, Dan Sealey

Canadian military’s template for perfect recruits outdated: Vance

Gen. Jonathan Vance, the chief of defence staff says that the military has to change because the very nature of warfare is changing, particularly when it comes to cyber-warfare

‘Toxic’ chosen as the Word of the Year by Oxford Dictionaries

Other top contenders for 2018 include ‘gaslighting’ and ‘techlash’

RCMP bust illegal B.C. cannabis lab

Marijuana may be legal but altering it using chemicals violates the Cannabis Act

New maintenance crew to look after Okanagan Connector

Acciona Infrastructure Maintenance Inc. will replace Argo Road Maintenance Inc. in 2019

Canada defeats Germany 29-10 in repechage, moves step closer to Rugby World Cup

Hong Kong needs a bonus-point win over Canada — scoring four or more tries — while denying the Canadians a bonus point

Avalanche Canada in desperate need of funding

The organization provides avalanche forecasting for an area larger than the United Kingdom

Most Read