Zimmerman and Johnson win bronze for Red Deer Nordic team

Anna Zimmerman and Megan Johnson of Red Deer Nordic teamed up to win bronze in the under-15 female sprint relay event of the final Alberta Cup cross country ski races at Mount Shark during the weekend.

CANMORE — Anna Zimmerman and Megan Johnson of Red Deer Nordic teamed up to win bronze in the under-15 female sprint relay event of the final Alberta Cup cross country ski races at Mount Shark during the weekend.

Meanwhile, Brad Saunders and Devin Chambers joined forces to win a bronze medal in the boys U15 sprint relay.

Claire Espey and Bailey Johnson also won bronze in the U13 girls division, while the duo of Dallas Zimmerman and Gavin Rittamer was fourth and Cody Mast and Wade Brown placed fifth. Matt Hope and Matt Van Mulligan were fourth in the U17 boys category.

Red Deer Nordic finished third of 14 teams in the Alberta sprint team title competition, placing behind Canmore Nordic and Edmonton Nordic.

Rittamer and Bailey Johnson won gold medals in their respective age divisions when the provincial aggregate points were tallied. Dallas Zimmerman was a silver medalist and Espey won an aggregate bronze.

On Saturday, Claire Espey, Amelia Espey and Anna Zimmerman won bronze medals in the distance skate. Other top-15 Red Deer Nordic results in the distance skate:

U13 boys — Dallas Zimmerman, seventh; Cody Mast 11th; Rittamer, 12th; Brown, 14th; U13 girls — Bailey Johnson, seventh; U15 boys — Chambers, 10th, Saunders, 12th; U17 boys — Hope, seventh; Adrian Christ, ninth; Van Mulligan, 10th.

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