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The fun continues at Wolf Creek Ski Area

Staff Writer

The ninth fun race of the season at Wolf Creek Ski Area had 68 competitors, primarily from Colorado and New Mexico, with visitors from Arizona, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Texas, Oklahoma and even Switzerland and the Czech Republic joining in.

The results for Pagosa Springs racers are as follows:

Koden Kunz took gold in the Boys 6-8 division with a time of 31.89.

In the Boys 9-11 division, Richard Fiedler won gold at 28.19.

For boys ages 15-17, Casey Mudroch took gold at 25.92.

Jacob Haynes captured gold in the Men’s 21-25 division with a time of 25.51.

Robert Bedtke took silver for men ages 31-35 at 25.05; Kyle Kunz captured bronze on a snowboard for men ages 36-40 at 31.90.

In the Men’s 41-50 division, Tim Karr took gold at 24.82.

Thomas Edison captured the gold for men ages 51-60 at 22.65; Bode Ator took bronze in the same division with a time of 25.22.

Buzz Burke set the fastest time of the day for the men’s races at 22.53; his time won him the gold in the Men’s 61-70 division. Phil Clum took bronze in the same division with a time of 26.36.

Klaus Neubert took gold at 27.58 and Herman Ator took silver at 30.30 in the Men’s 71+ division.

For the Women’s 21-25 division, Yeun Fiedler took silver at 36.35.

Elizabeth Kunz captured gold at 29.08 in the Women’s 41-50 division. Shea O’Briant took bronze on a snowboard at 32.98.

Lindsey “Vonn” Lemon took home the gold in the Women’s 51-60 division with a time of 27.48.

The fastest time of the day for the women’s races was set by Amanda Marsh, of Denver, at 26.39, in the Girl’s 12-14 division.


This story was posted on April 3, 2014.