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BMX riders set blazing pace

Nanaimo BMX Association racers set a blazing pace at Firestorm Nationals.

A contingent of local riders attended the American Bicycle Association national-series event this past Saturday and Sunday in Kamloops and return with several top three finishes:

11-year-old cruiser - Ayden Houle, second, second.

17-20 cruiser - Hunter McGill, first, first.

51-55 cruiser - Greg McGill, first.

12-year-old inter - Jack Bradley, third.

16-year-old expert - Hunter McGill, second, second; Mitchell Vipond, third, third.

Eight-year-old girls - Allison Churko, first.

15-year-old girls - Taylor Kambeitz, second, second.

16-year-old girls - Michelle Berti, second, second.

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