Brandon Kautzman, who placed fourth in the advanced category, during the skateboard competition at the Sportsplex on July 1. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Skaters compete for Mike McInnes Memorial Cup

Photos from the 22nd annual Salmon City Jam

The Mike McInnes Memorial Cup was named in honour of a skater who was a fixture at the Salmon City Jam competition before he died in a workplace accident at a logging camp. This was the 22nd year for the annual event, which takes place at the Sportsplex on July 1. The competition is hosted by Boardwalk Boardshop.

Winners in the advanced category were:

  • Glenn Stevenson, first place
  • Dolan Slingsby, second place
  • Cody Steiman, third place
  • Brandon Kautzman, fourth place

In the ages 13-16 category:

  • Mateo Wood, first place
  • Devon Grey, second place
  • Marley McCarty, third place

In the 12 and under category:

  • Grayson Anderson, first place
  • Reid Araya, second place
  • Xavier Tomlin, third place

In the “bowl ripper” competition:

  • Glenn Stevenson and Theo Deemun, tied for first

  • Tyler Mugford, second place

  • Kaos Hyatt, third place

 

Winners in the advanced category (left to right): Cody Steiman, third place; Dolan Slingsby, second place; Brandon Kautzman, fourth place; and Glenn Stevenson, first place. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

In the ages 13-16 category, Mateo Wood took the top spot (right), followed by Devon Grey (centre) and Marley McCarty. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Anderson (centre) was first in the 12 and under category, followed by Reid Araya (left) in second and Xavier Tomlin in third. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Dolan Slingsby, shown holding the mic, served as emcee for part of the event. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Skaters of all ages took part in the Salmon City Jam. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Tyler Mugford placed second in the “bowl ripper” competition. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Glenn Stevenson was the top skater in the advanced category and tied for first in the “bowl ripper” competition. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Keith Stevenson served as one of the emcees and also competed in the Salmon City Jam. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Brandon Kautzman, who placed fourth in the advanced category, executing a kick-flip during the Salmon City Jam. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Music at the event was provided by the DJ known as Neil’s Weather Report. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

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