The final day of snowboarding at the 2018 Saskatchewan Winter Games featured the ever-exciting boardercross races, where Team Lakeland captured two of the four gold medals handed out, and Rivers West won the most medals with four.
Lakeland's Sydney Fellman, from Melfort, finished first in the U-17 female race for her third gold medal of the Games, while Thomas Rusk, from Prince Albert, won his first medal, beating out Cullan Medernach from Saskatoon for first in the U-17 male race.
Rivers West once again swept the podium in the U-14 male category.
Battleford's Madax Ma-L'Heureux finished first for gold, his first medal of the Games, while Rio Tucker and Kasen Humenny finished second and third, respectively. It was the third medal of the games for each of Tucker and Humenny (Tucker one gold and two silver; Humenny one gold and two bronze).
Also medaling for Rivers West was Kai Holden, as the Battleford native picked up a bronze in the U-17 male race, his first medal of the Games.
The full results from Saturday's morning snowboarding finale are below:
Gold - Stevie Robinson, Prairie Central
Silver - Eva Firnesz, Regina
Bronze - Eryn Firnesz, Regina
Gold - Madax Ma-L’Heureux, Rivers West
Silver - Rio Tucker, Rivers West
Bronze - Kasen Humenny, Rivers West
Gold - Sydney Fellman, Lakeland
Silver - Kenzie Gates, South West
Bronze - Kyla Mandziak, Prairie Central
Gold - Thomas Rusk, Lakeland
Silver - Cullan Medernach, Saskatoon
Bronze - Kai Holden, Rivers West
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