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2007 Keskinada Pictures
By:  Team XCOttawa   (2007/02/19)


Brad Jones' Keskinada Collection...

Future Keskinada winner, circa 2027.

Brian Suke checking his speed behind Paul Tolomiczenko.

Craig growing the ice beard.

Ed in the ice field.

Sheila looking strong, Dev Paul tucked in behind.

Karl Saidla cruising along.

Megan leading Big Thunder.

Cyrus Kangarloo, Tom and then Ed McCarthy.

Ian Murray hotly pusued by Wayne Dustin.

Jo-Ann Holden's Keski Classic Collection and Gary Tarr's Keski Skate Collection.

Herman Kerkof
Herman Kerckhoff and Jen Adams after Classic 53km race (Herman also did the 30k skate race the next day!).

Pat Kealey and her daughter Sheila after the 16km Classic Keski.

Ken Trischuk's Keskinada Skating Collection...

53km Skate Start.

Leaders of the 53km skate up the hill on the parkway by Asticou.

Karl leading the pack up from Asticou. Donald Farley checking out who's still there.

Lead women - Brooke Gosling, Megan McTavish, Sheila Kealey.

P5 underpass turn-around and feed station.

Lead pack towards McKenzie King. Steve Heart, Eric Carleton, Karl Saidla, Cyrus Kangarloo, Steve Cyr and

Donald Farley, Ed McCarthy and Brian Suke towards McKenzie King.

Ed, Brian and Donald coming back down.

Leaders at the waterfall...Eric, Cyrus, Steve and Karl just struggling.

Karl at the waterfall.

Lead woman at the waterfall.

Sheila and Nikki Kassel at the waterfall.

Megan at the waterfall.

Ken Trischuk's Classic Keskinada Collection...

Start of the 53km Keskinada Classic.

Leaders near Asticou.

Local skiers Sven Neiderhauser and Dana Klassen leading the way at 7km. Phil Shaw sitting in 6th place.

Brandy Stewart, of California/Ottawa, leading the women's 53km race.

Linnea Kershaw touring around after having dropped her father.

Phil Shaw headed to MacKenzie King Estate.

Making the turn back onto the parkway from MacKenzie King Estate.

Phil Shaw all alone headed back up from the bottom of Black Lake hill.

Two skiers cruising along the parkway. Nicely groomed tracks for the classic race.
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