LETHBRIDGE - 16 skaters from the Lethbridge Speed Skating Association competed at the RU Fast Short Track Meet held this past weekend in Calgary with some solid results.
Over 290 skaters from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories competed at the event.
Two Lethbridge skaters received medals for their performances:
Jonnathon McIntosh - LT2 (Learn to Train) Division 1
Preslee Muller - T2T (Train to Train) 13 Female
The meet was the second of two qualifiers for Alberta skaters to attend the Canada West Short Track Championships which are being held in Abbotsford, British Columbia on Mar. 17 and 18.
Five individuals from the Lethbridge Speed Skating Association have qualified to represent Alberta at the Canada West Short Track Championships in their respective age class:
Riley Vanderburgh - T2T 12 Male
Seth Muller - T2T 14 Male
Mikka Eaves - T2T 11 Female
Preslee Muller - T2T 13 Female
Jasmine Belisle - T2T 14 Female
Results for all Lethbridge Speed Skating members are listed below:
Jonathon McIntosh 3rd
Zak Adelman 5th
Carson Love 13th
Denise Wesseling 15th
Hudson Dyck 7th
Zoe Wesseling 9th
Donovan Ellison 5th
Zosia Adelman 9th
Train to Train:
T2T 11 Female
Mika Eaves 5th
Abby Reimer 19th
T2T 12 Female
Jasmine Sinclair 10th
T2T 13 Female
Preslee Muller 2nd
T2T Male 12
Riley Vanderburgh 6th
Mitchell Wesseling 18th
T2T Male 14
Seth Muller 7th
Jeff Peach 1st (tied)
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