Another year of competing for similarity has come to an end at the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, where the most consistent skiers were rewarded after the February-long race series concluded.
The challenge is a daunting task, as skiers and boarders must aspire to string together runs of as close to the same times as possible. It took placer on Friday nights throughout February.
Erin McNeill proved she was the most consistent lady, putting together a pair of runs that differed by a mere 0.510 seconds. She competed in three of the four challenge nights. Lone Harding came in second place with a 0.932 second differential, while Madison Haynes managed a 1.207 second differential.
On the men’s side, Jordan Downey managed a mere 0.549 second gap between two of his runs, Bryan Armstrong came up with a 0.774 second difference, and Matthew Hammond managed a 0.916 second gap between his times.