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The Raging Elk Dummy Downhill was smashing

Snow wasn't the only thing falling out of the sky during the Raging Elk Dummy Downhill at Fernie Alpine Resort.  Animal creations on skis and snowboards were released down the slope to launch off a giant jump in hopes of achieving the biggest air. Dummies ranged in titanic proportions from a stealthy jet to the ghetto bicycle and Digger the rescue dog.

Dummies can be made from a variety of materials; creativity is stressed but they cannot weight more than 100 lbs. Judges based their decisions on construction, creativity, distance dummies fly off the jump and the carnage factor when they land.

All the funds raised with this fun event are donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.

The results:

Best Theme/Concept:  Smoking Joe Ultra-glide

Furthest Distance Off the Jump:  Arrow Space Program

Best Disintegration: Hard-life in the Rockies

Best Crowd Reaction:  Swagger Cat Steve and Alan the Printer

Best Family Effort:  Digger the Avalanche Dog

Best Kamikaze Dummy: Buzz Bear Duck Tape Airline

Most Unsinkable (most intact): The S.S. Ti’tosh’nic

Hard Luck/Best Effort:  Slick Tarsan

Cruisiest Ride Down/Most Elegant Ride Down: Ghetto Monkey Bike

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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