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Rollerski racing

Huntly Sprints and Clash Hill Climb – results

The Huntly sprints and Clash hill climb were held over the weekend of 26-27th May with warm and sunny conditions which made for some wonderful races.  We also ran some mini sprints for all comers on the Friday evening, with entrants ranging from first time racers to experienced veterans. All the results are below:

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Mini Huntly Sprints 100m results

Thank you to all who took part and a big thank you to all the numerous marshals, without their support we wouldn’t be able to put on such a fine set of races.

There are lots of photos on our Facebook page – thanks Alan.

A special mention should be made of all four winners of the Clashindarroch Hill Climbs: Holly Rees-Lay, Jasmine Uth, Callum Smith & Logan Duncan all set the second fastest times ever for their respective climbs. Which according to my logic makes it the overall fastest Clash climb ever.

 

Huntly Sprints and Clash Hill Climb 2017 – results

Attached below  are the results from this weekend’s racing:

A big thank you to all the officials and helpers at this weekend of racing. Without their support we would not be able to put on these events. Yesterday’s sprints saw some of the best racing ever seen at Huntly with numerous photo finishes – visit our Facebook page to see one such finish.

A special thank you to all the British senior team & their coaches for their willingness to take part & support our event.

There are a whole bunch of great photos on our Facebook page (thanks Alan). And on the British Nordic page – thanks Bruce

 

Huntly Sprints_Mens Time Trial Results

Huntly Sprints_Ladies Time Trial Results

Huntly Sprints_Elite Knock Out race Results

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Clashindarroch Hill Climb 2017_Results

Huntly Sprints and Clash Hill Climb

Our first rollerski races of the season are coming up on the weekend of 27th-28th May 2017.

The entry form can be found here:

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Please can entry forms be returned prior to the event if at all possible.

A big change this year is for the Sprints in that we will be using our new Marwe 610 rollerskis. However the old Marwe barrel wheeled rollerskis will be available for those who prefer to use them. For the Hill Climb you need to bring your own classic rollerskis.

Update 9th May 2017

The entry form has been updated with the new race start time for the Clash Hill Climb. The race will now start at 9.30am and competitors need to meet at Rhynie at 8.30am.

Primary Schools’ Rollerski and Cross County Ski Racing

Eight schools competed in the first Primary Schools’ Rollerski and Cross County Ski racing on Saturday 26th November 2016 at Huntly Nordic and Outdoor Centre.

There were some hard fought battles and fantastic skiing by everyone who took part, many of whom were competing in their first ever ski races.

Hearty congratulations to all skiers. Thank you to all the helpers who made the event a great success.

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Fisherford Primary School came out overall as 2016 Cross Country Ski and Rollerski Champions

 

Individual placing were:

Rollerski Boys

1st Logan Duncan

2nd Ben Calder

3rd Murdo Reid

 

Rollerski Girls

1st Rachel Robertson

2nd Kirsty Beaumont

3rd Anna Calder

 

Cross Country Ski Boys

1st Ben Calder

2nd Murdo Reid

3rd Logan Duncan

 

Cross Country Ski Girls

1st Anna Calder

2nd Johanna McKenzie

3rd Nicola Beaumont

 

 

3/4 lap Rollerski

 

1st Isla Robertson

2nd Olivia Mitchell Moore

3rd Hazel Cowie

4th Lewie Monquhitter

 

 

Scottish Series Final Results

The finalised results of the Scottish Series are available below:

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Congratulations to all trophy winners and thank you to all the competitors who travelled to the various venues and made all the race events competitive and enjoyable.  Over all a total of 97 individuals participated in the series.

Thanks to those clubs that organised the races and  to Snowsport Scotland for providing the series trophies.