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By Andi Bourne

OSCR Goes Digital


Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

The 34th Annual OSCR hired Competitive Timing for the first time in race history to keep time for the 157 racers. Race Coordinator Lynn Carey thought it added a new professionalism to the race that he looks forward to continuing. Pictured: SLE Nordic Team racers (L-R) Klayton Kovatch, Dakota Wood and Caleb Maughan lead the 5K racers through the arch. They finished first, second and third respectively in the race.

SEELEY LAKE – The 34th annual Over Seeley's Creeks and Ridges (OSCR) ski race drew 157 racers Jan. 30, 25 racers shy of last year's record. Skiers came from Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon to race in the 50 kilometer (K), 20K, 10K or the kids' 5K races at the Seeley Lake Nordic Trails. This was the first year the OSCR hired Competitive Timing out of Whitefish, Mont. to do the timing.

For the past 33 years, volunteers did all the timing using stopwatches. Race Coordinator Lynn Carey was pleased with how well it worked to have Competitive Timing keeping track of the racers.

"It was gr...

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