Crawford, Boonstras triumph at Freezer Food Series

Crawford, Boonstras triumph at Freezer Food Series

Mike Crawford, Kelli Boonstra and Jayna Boonstra picked up wins in the 10th race of the Freezer Food Series on Sunday at the Slikok Trails.

The race was a 5.8-mile Choose Your Weapon format, letting competitors decide to bike, run or ski on any of the two laps.

Crawford toured the course in 24 minutes, 52 seconds, on the bike for first, while Todd Boonstra was second on skis at 25:45 and Nathan Kincaid was third on the bike at 28:22.

Kelli Boonstra, on skis, was the first woman at 29:23, while Morgan Aldridge, skiing then biking, was second at 32:04 and Alicia Dibcoil, running and biking, was third at 55:26.

Jayna Boonstra was the top youth racer. She took 36:03 on skis, while Tania Boonstra was 41:13 on skis.

The Freezer Food Series will be rolled into the 15th annual Ski for Women on Sunday at Tsalteshi Trails at the Skyview Middle School trail head at 11 a.m.

The main race is for women only, but a Drag Race immediately following the women’s event is for men. Online registration closes at midnight the night before the race and is $20 for Tsalteshi Trails Association members and $25 for nonmembers. Race-day registration, which starts at 10 a.m., is $35.

Costumes are encouraged for the race and all proceeds go to Freedom House, a faith-based recovery residence located in Soldotna.

Freezer Food Series Race 10

5.8-mile Choose Your Weapon

1. Mike Crawford (bike), 24 minutes, 52 seconds; 2. Todd Boonstra (ski), 25:45; 3. Nathan Kincaid (bike), 28:22; 4. Kelli Boonstra (ski), 29:23; 5. Joey Klecka (ski), 28:27; 6. Morgan Aldridge (ski/bike), 32:04; 7. Jeff Helminiak (ski), 30:17; 8. John Messick (bike), 31:01; 9. Tom Seggerman (ski), 31:27; 10. Jayna Boonstra (ski), 36:03; 11. Harry Lacy (bike), 37:18; 12. Carl Kincaid (bike), 36:49; 13. Tania Boonstra (ski), 41:13; 14. Michael (bike), 40:21; 15. Jordan Chilson (ski/run), 44:13; 16. Alicia Dibcoil (run/bike), 55:26; 17. Sheryl Nelson (ski), 41:55; 18. Sondra Stonecipher (run), 51:24.

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