Rossland takes home multiple medals at Seniors Games

The B.C. Senior Games wrapped up last weekend with the West Kootenay Boundary region coming in second overall.

The B.C. Senior Games wrapped up last weekend with the West Kootenay Boundary region coming in second overall.

Rossland took home its fair share of medals in the events.

In swimming, Barb Roberts took a gold and two bronze medals in the womens 75-79 category. Roberts took gold in the 50m backstroke, bronze in the 100m backstroke and bronze in the 100m freestyle. She was just out of contention for three other swim events.

Joan Ferguson took gold in the Women 55-59 0-24.3 Handicap golf, while Maureen Elliot took bronze in the Women 75-79 0-24.3 Handicap.

In men’s horseshoes, Leslie Anderson took gold in the Men 55+ Class B category and Violet Anderson took gold in the Women 55+ Class E category.

Richie Mann took four golds in equestrian, all in Men and Women 75+ Driving events.

 

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