More medals to report

The success of the local Zone 2 athletes at the B.C. Senior Games, held in Langley, was evident with the amount of winners on the podium.

The success of the local Zone 2 athletes at the B.C. Senior Games, held in Langley, was evident with the amount of winners on the podium.

Further to a Sept. 18 story in The NEWS the following athletes also came away with medals representing Zone 2 (Parksville, Qualicum Beach, Nanoose Bay, Errington, Coombs and Bowser):

In Horseshoes, Peter Kucey, from Qualicum Beach, won silver in the mens 65+C event, and Peter Giesbrecht, from Coombs, won bronze in the mens 65+E event.  John Conacher from Parksville was part of the mens 65-69 slo-pitch team that won bronze.

In the soccer 55+ event, bronze was won by Jim Wilson and Dietman Baumeister-Quint, both from Qualicum Beach, along with Keith Watson from Nanoose and Martin McNabb from Coombs. Hans Tenor, from Qualicum Beach, won three silver medals in the mens 85-89 events of hammer throw, long jump and the weight pentathlon.

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