BC Winter Games: All medal winners, results for Abbotsford and Mission

Janie Green (from Mission) dominated in Speed Skating, and Annabel Johnson (Abbotsford) won four medals, as well...

Through two days of the 2014 BC Winter Games, here are all the results for athletes from Abbotsford and Mission…

Mission

Gymnastics

Tamara Skulstad – Gold (All-Around)

Speed Skating

Janie Green – Gold (200m Pursuit)

Shivani Bahadur – 10th (200m Pursuit)

Janie Green – Silver (3000m Points Race)

Shivani Bahadur – 11th (3000m Points Race)

Janie Green – Bronze (400m Race 1)

Shivani Bahadur – 10th (400m Race 1)

Janie Green – Gold (400m Race 2)

Shivani Bahadur – 8th (400m Race 2)

Adam Holtby – 14th (500m Race 1)

Adam Holtby – 17th (500m Race 2)

Janie Green – Bronze (Super 1500m Final)

Abbotsford

Biathlon

Jarod Algra – Silver (Individual Competition 8k)

Jarod Algra – Gold (Spring Competition 6k)

Figure Skating

Jessica McHugh – 6th (Pre-Novice)

Judo

Simren Brar – Silver (Under 50 kg)

Connor Slooyer – Gold (Under 55 kg)

Brayden Cryer – Gold (Under 60 kg)

Rebecca Potvin – 4th (Under 63 kg)

Mitchell Wolfe – Silver (Under 66 kg)

Melina Potvin – Silver (Under 70 kg)

Skiing – Alpine

Megan Kardoes – 24th (Giant Slalom)

Speed Skating

Madison Karpes – 7th (1500m)

Annabel Johnson – 6th (200m Pursuit)

Annabel Johnson – Gold (3000m Points Race)

Annabel Johnson – Gold (400m Race 1)

Annabel Johnson – Silver (400m Race 2)

Alex Chizawsky – Bronze (500m Race 1)

Madison Karpes – 6th (500m Race 1)

Michael Warkentin – 6th (500m Race 1)

Alex Chizawsky – Silver (500m Race 2)

Madison Karpes – 4th (500m Race 2)

Michael Warkentin – 8th (500m Race 2)

Alex Chizawsky – Bronze (Super 100m Final)

Madison Karpes – 4th (Super 1000m Final)

Michael Warkentin – 7th (Super 1000m Final)

Annabel Johnson – Silver (Super 1500m Final)

 

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