Morgan Aucoin of Prince George

Fort skaters compete in Prince George

Morgan Aucoin of Prince George, left, and Morgon Bennison of Fort St. James round a corner during a Division 3 speed skating race on Saturday afternoon at the Coliseum. The event was part of the WorkSafeBC Speed Skating Northern Communities FUNale hosted by the Prince George Blizzard Speed Skating Club on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Morgan Aucoin of Prince George, left, and Morgon Bennison of Fort St. James round a corner during a Division 3 speed skating race on Saturday afternoon at the Coliseum. The event was part of the WorkSafeBC Speed Skating Northern Communities FUNale hosted by the Prince George Blizzard Speed Skating Club on Saturday and Sunday.

 

 

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