Cowichan athletes medal in archery, curling and judo at BC Winter Games

Liam Whitworth, from Duncan (second from right) won two medals in archery at the 2020 BC Winter Games. (BC Games photo)

Duncan Archer Liam Whitworth brought home two medals from the 2020 BC Winter Games, which wrapped up in Fort St. John on Sunday.

Whitworth claimed silver in the boys two-day aggregate recurve competition, and bronze in the boys match play recurve.

Curler Carlie Hardie, also from Duncan, collected a silver medal as well, helping the Zone 6 rink, which included Keelie Duncan (Comox), Gracelyn Richards (Courtenay) and Bryn Woloshyn (Royston) to second place in the girls competition.

Two Cowichan Valley athletes, Cobble Hill’s Elsa Bollinger and Cowichan Bay’s Anna Michaluk, helped Zone 6 to third in the team judo competition. Bollinger also narrowly missed an individual medal, placing fourth in the under-48 women’s division.

Ashton Attew of Mill Bay competed in alpine skiing, finishing 29th overall in the male slalom.

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