Johnson earns pair of medals

Bailey Johnson of the Red Deer Nordic Ski Club earned a pair of medals in Alberta Cup weekend races at Canmore. Johnston stuck gold in the under-13 girls two-kilometre skate techique race Saturday and settled for silver in the classic technique competition Sunday.

Bailey Johnson of the Red Deer Nordic Ski Club earned a pair of medals in Alberta Cup weekend races at Canmore.

Johnston stuck gold in the under-13 girls two-kilometre skate techique race Saturday and settled for silver in the classic technique competition Sunday.

Red Deer teammate Anna Zimmerman picked up a bronze medal in Sunday’s under-15 girls four km classic technique event after finishing sixth in the skate technique race Saturday.

The Alberta Cup event also attracted competitors from British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec.

Other Red Deer Nordic top-10 results:

Gavin Rittamer, fourth and fourth, under-13 boys 2 km skate and classic; Amelia Espey, sixth and eighth, under-17 girls 5 km skate and classic; Claire Espey, seventh, under-15 girls 4 km classic.

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