Jamming at Fernie Alpine Resort

There was a great turn out for the Kinky Rail Jam at Fernie Alpine Resort on January 7

  • Jan. 11, 2012 5:00 a.m.

A 5-0 slide for this fancy snowboarder who loves Wayne Gretzky.

There was a great turn out for the Kinky Rail Jam at Fernie Alpine Resort on January 7, and spectators were blown away by some of the skiers’ and snowboarders’ tricks.

50 - 50 Slide on the rail.

Results

Snowboard 15 and Under Men:

1st –  Brett Krasman

2nd – Braydon Bennett

3rd – Easton Elia

Another 50- 50 slide

Ski 15 and Under Men:

1st – Cole Tepper

2nd – Dylan Marineau

3rd – Patrick Hughes

Girls Snowboard:

1st – Kristine Tomlinson

2nd – Mackenzie Saville

3rd – Marie Waehlen

Girls Ski:

1st – Janelle Yip

Getting ready for the competition.

Snowboard Senior (16+)

Men:

1st  – David Yelle

2nd – Brock Bohner

3rd – Mike McGowan

Ski Senior (16+) Men:

1st  – Kevin Frank

2nd – Ben Bouchard

3rd – Brody McSkimming

 

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