Jake Colbourne of Port Hardy and Erika Jaubert hoist the Cain Cup following the annual ski races recently at Mount Cain Ski Area.

Fast times at Mount Cain hills

Steve Blacklock and Erika Jaubert posted the fastest men’s and women’s times

  • Feb. 18, 2012 12:00 p.m.

Steve Blacklock and Erika Jaubert posted the fastest men’s and women’s times as Mount Cain Alpine Society hosted its annual Cain Cup races at Mount Cain Ski Area in late January.

Blacklock clocked a time of 32.84 seconds to lead a tightly packed  group of men’s skiing competitors.

Blacklock was the only skier to crack the 33-second barrier, but was closely followed by a group of skiers within one second, including Kenneth Hallberg (33.05), Todd Fogarty (33.16), Mark Hutchinson (33.37), Jake Colbourne (33.55) and Dave Brown (33.85).

Jaubert, on the other hand, finished more than two seconds ahead of her nearest challenger in the women’s ski race, with a time of 35.60. Teen Kelly Davidson was second at 37.79 and Darcy Turenne third overall in 27.92.

Linsey Carter was the fastest women’s snowboarder, in 45.72. Dustin Carmen was the fastest boarder among men, in 42.54.

2012 Cain Cup

Results

Women skiers

16-19 years: 1. Kelly Davidson, 37.79 seconds. 20-29 years: 1. Erika Jaubert, 35.60; 2. Darcy Turenne, 37.92. 30-39 years: 1. Lisa Levesque, 38.12; 2. Laura Lapp, 38.49; 3. Cathy Stratham, 41.75. 40-49 years: 1. Sharon Tomlinson, 48.25; 2. Sonia Langer, 50.53; 3. Nikki Kolich, 1:33.53. 50-59 years: 1. Barb Colbourne, 41.88; 2. Linda Sjoberg, 44.36; 3. May Lortie, 50.62.

Women

snowboarders

16-19: 1. Rebechah Schraud, 58.17. 20-29: Linsey Carter, 45.72.

Men skiers

16-19: Adam Bastarache, 38.16. 20-29: 1. Jake Colbourne; 2. Dave Brown, 33.85; 3. Mark Wallace, 37.29. 30-39: 1. Steve Blacklock, 32.84; 2. Kenneth Hallberg, 33.05; 3. Mark Hutchinson, 33.37. 40-49: 1. Todd Fogarty, 33.16; 2. Campbell Wilson, 34.52; 3. Derek Zanden, 37.13. 50-59: 1. Stuart Abernethy, 37.15; 2. Rick Kolich, 38.90; 3. Roger Sewell, 40.22. 60-69: 1. Dave Howich, 42.52; 2. Peter Curtis, 56.76.

Men snowboarders

 

16-19: 1. Michael Abdai, 43.20. 20-29: 1. Dustin Carmen, 42.54. 30-39: 1. Tim Nelson, 43.99; 2. Lee Deslaurier, 44.30; 3. Jerrett Taylor, 45.11.

 

 

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