Sunday, February 7, 2010

Baker Banked Slalom Day 3: Banks, A Million

Sources of much pride

The 25th running of Mt. Baker's Legendary Banked Slalom is in the books. Rather unsurprisingly, Temple Cummins and Maelle Ricker took home the top prizes. Each already has enough duct tape to open a specialty store, neither showing any sign of slowing. In a first, Rob Kingwill won a spur of the moment, one run, winner take all run of the course... switch. He pocketed $75, the largest cash prize ever awarded by the LBS. In anti-cash prize news, the Craig Kelly Thunderbird Award for a rider based in the Northwest who's made an outstanding global contribution to snowboarding went to old-school shred Dan Donnelly.

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