Local athletes rack up the medals at B.C. Seniors Games

From Savona to Lytton, local seniors excelled at cycling, running, golfing, darts, tennis, hockey and much more.

  • Aug. 28, 2013 3:00 p.m.

Area athletes did well at the recent Seniors Games in Kamloops, as the 26th B.C. Seniors Games came to an end last Saturday. They earned several medals from among nearly 4,000 competing athletes from across the province.

 

Ashcroft

Mike Baldwin, Bronze. Kamloops Old Stars. Slo Pitch: Men 65-69.

John Farmer, Bronze. Tennis: Men 80+ Singles; Silver. Tennis: Men 75-79 Doubles.

Arlene Lebedoff, Silver. Darts: Women 65+ Doubles.

Frank Mierau, Gold. Cycling: Men 80-84 Time Trial (00:29:01.81); Gold. Cycling: Men 80-84 Road Race (00:58:29; Gold. Cycling: Men 80-84 Hill Climb  (13:16.11).

Jack Miller, Silver. Track and Field: Men 65-69 1500 Metres (5:53.82); Silver. Track and Field: Men 65-69 5000 Metres (21:28.68).

Muriel Scallon, Gold. Horseshoes: Women 65+ Class C – 25% to 34.9%.

Loraine Shwaluk & Myron Erickson, Bronze. Cribbage: Flight D 55+ Pairs.

 

Cache Creek

Darlene Daily, Silver. Golf: Women 55-59 24.4 – 40.4 Index.

Gordon Daily, Gold. Golf: Men 70-74 0 – 20.0 Index.

Linda Holland, Gold. Equestrian: Men and Women 65+ Mountain Trail – Novice Inhand; Silver Equestrian: Men and Women 65+ Mountain Trail – Novice Undersaddle.

 

Clinton

Floyd Haller, Gold. Kamloops Rattlers. Slo Pitch – Men’s 70+.

 

Logan Lake

Bob Campbell, Gold. Kamloops Rattlers. Slo Pitch: Men 70+.

Wayne Fullerton, 6. Badminton: Men 60-64 Singles.

Gordon Lindal, Silver. Kamloops Old Dogs. Ice Hockey: Men 70+.

Dave Pagnuco, Bronze. Salmon Arm Cavaliers. Ice Hockey: Men 55+.

Jim Turner, Silver. Golf: Men 80+ Low Gross ‘B’.

 

Lytton

Robert Bolan, 7. Badminton: Men 60-64 Singles – Competitive.

Bernie Fandrich, 8. Archery: Men 65-69 Target – Compound w/ Sight & Release (796); 8. Archery: Men 65-69 3D – Compound w/ Sight & Release (275).

Nonie McCann, Silver. Track and Field: Women 55-59 Discus (17.52); Bronze. Track and Field: Women 55-59 Shot Put (7.65); Silver. Track and Field: Women 55-59 400 Metres (1:39.95); Bronze. Track and Field: Women 55-59 800 Metres (4:02.28); Silver. Track and Field: Women 55-99 4 x 100 Metre Relay (70.64).

 

Savona

Aileen Lamberton: Silver. Darts: Women 55-64 Doubles; Bronze. Darts: Men and Women 55-64 Team of Four.

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