Friday, August 2, 2013

Buchwalter takes top prize

Results in the first annual BCRD Kidsí Pump Track Challenge


Brody Buchwalter was on point in the BCRD First Annual Kids’ Pump Track Challenge in Hailey on July 25.
    Buchwalter took first place in the 14+ “Slayer” age group. The event brought over 50 competitors and their families throughout the valley.    
    It was a beautiful evening of fun, friendly competition as five age groups, both boys and girls alike, ages 2 to 18, raced against the clock for the fastest time around the track.  
    With Billy Olson as Master of Ceremonies and Joel Zellers as start official, it was a true bike-racing event.  
    Here are the results in each age group:
    Striders (4 and under): 1st Jonas Benson, 2nd Justus Rosser, and 3rd Caleb Rosser.
    Grommets (5-7): 1st Noah Shelton, 2nd Jacob Uhrig, and 3rd Copper Fife
    Shredders (8-10): 1st Marcis Shelton, 2nd Micah Filbers, and 3rd Ramsay Morgus
    Rippers (11-13): 1st Alex LaFleur, 2nd Blake Harmon, and 3rd Carter Wells
    Slayers (14 and over): 1st Brody Buchwalter, 2nd Duncan Fuller, and 3rd Alex LaFleur.




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