Race Summary 2005

Results

Category Name Time/Speed
[m:ss.hh][km/hr]
Closest Team
Pride of Ski & Ride
Adrian Stam
Jen Gemmel
Jeff Walsh
Difference
.30 sec
Female Skier Claire Challen 1:24.11
Male Skier Eric Person 1:19.97
Female Radar Claire Challen 108
Male Radar Eric Person / Blair Wind 114

Sponsors

THANK YOU for your tremendous support of the 21st Annual Schuss Boomer Downhill held Saturday April 9, 2005. The generous support of you and individuals in and out of our community contributing to this event, has again made this a very successful event!


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Advance GIS&Cartographic Solutions - Alpenhorn Pub & Bistro - Alpine Physio - Aspen Restaurant - Boston Pizza - BVLD Radio - Canadian Tire - Canfor - Canyon Creek Contracting - Celena's Restaurant - Central Clothing - Chez Josette B&B - CJFW - Clarica - Coast Inn @ Apex - Coast Mountain GM - Disney/Frank Marshall - Edward Jones -Elm Tree Estetics - Fitness Notthwest - Frontier Chryslar - Glacier Toyota - Greg Meredith - Harley Shop - Heartstrings - Heatherington & Hooper - Home hardware - Hudson Bay Lodge - Interior Stationary - Kitchen Works - Last Frontier Heliskiing - Movie Gallery - NWCC - Oscars - Outdoor Essentials - Perimeter Transportation - Pioneer Agencies - Pro-Tech Forest Resources - Radio Shack - Rayz Board Shop - Remax - Dave & Sonia - Richard Stanton - Royal Bank - Safeway - Smithers Jewellery - Smokescreen Graphics - Spatsizi Vacations - Spindrift Lodge - Sport World - Steelhead Excavating - Subway - Summit Lodge - Tim Hortons - Totem Audio - Valhalla Pure - Vandergaag & Baaker - VIA Rail - Wild & Wooley - Wooden Mallard


Organizers

Name Tasks
Heidi Westfall Supreme Being - She's the gal that's holding us all together.
Rick "Mole" Edwards Past Supreme Being - He did it last year and now he's helping everyone out
Bob Rowsell The poster
Kelly McCormack Prizes and trinket's
Greg "Kenny" Meredith Prizes
Jim Hinchliffe Smithers Ski Club medals and trophies and Chief of Race.

Race Format

The fun race consists of teams of three (3) dressed up in costume and individual racers. Each team picks an estimated time and the closest “combined guessed time” for the team wins.

The individuals with the need-for-speed compete to be the fastest on the mountain. (both run time and radar speed)

The corporate team that comes closest to their guess time wins the pot and donates it to the charity of their choice.