Katrina Voss is ranked forth in the province based on total accumulated points for the season.

Hemlock skier earns bronze in provincial open series

Katrina Voss grabs a bronze to end up ranked fourth in the province by points

Hemlock Ski Club racer Katrina Voss won a bronze medal in an exciting dual night slalom race at Apex last weekend for the second of three Provincial Open Series events this season.

Voss’s performance had her clocking the second fastest time in the qualifying runs.

In the two Super G speed events Voss placed sixth in the first race and fourth in her second appearance.

Those efforts earned the ski athlete a No. 4 ranking in the province based on total accumulated points for the season.

“Great skiing and training at Hemlock this winter along with hard work from Katrina added up to great results for her,” said Hemlock’s program director and head coach Rob Lahti—also a former World Cup circuit racer.

The Hemlock Ski Club provides ski racing opportunities for children and youth from four to 18 years of age.

For more information about the Hemlock Ski Club and its ski racing program, visit the ski club website at www.hemlockskiclub.com.

 

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