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LBS at Mt. Baker

Over the weekend, the 29th Annual Mt. Baker Legendary Banked Slalom (LBS), one of the oldest (est. 1985) and most rad snowboard events in the pacific northwest went down. Though this hasn’t been the best of snow years, Baker hosted a successful event for those athletes not in Sochi, Russia. The winner in each category wins a duct tape trophy and an embroidered Carhartt jacket. Pretty cool.

The vets and the rooks came together to face the boilerplate ruts, twists, turns and caves, but it was 20-year old Harry Kearney from Norwood, CO who took 1st for Pro Men in 1:43.35, while Marie-France Roy, 30, from Les Eboulements, Quebec was 1st Pro Woman in 2:00.78. Other categories included: Pro Masters, Grand Masters, Mild Masters, Next Generation, Juniors, and Younger and Older Amateurs, to name a few. Bellingham is fortunate to host an event that attracts such contenders. For more information and results, visit: LBS!


– Courtney
Noble Chiropractic, C.A.

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