Flier four qualify for western championships

The Sardis Fliers excelled at the BC Short Track Speed Skating Championships, held in Mission last weekend.

Sardis Fliers at athletes produced great results at last weekend’s BC Short Track Speed Skating Championships in Mission.

Seven Fliers made the trip.

Michael Warkentin won gold in the T2T-13 boys division. Dallas Hawkes scored silver in the T2T-13 female division.

Rebekkah Clemons and Dominique Hawkenson finished 2-3 in the T2T-14 female group.

Marijke Duralia won an iron medal for her fourth place finish in the L2T-9 female division.

Zackery Carpenter finished eighth in the L2T-10 male division and Riley Clemons finished ninth overall in the T2T-14 male division.

Hawkes, Warkentin, Clemons and Hawkenson all qualified for the Canadian Western Championships, taking place in Canmore, AB, later this month.

The Fliers train at Twin Rinks and are coached by George Donatelli.

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