Rowers best the Beast

South Cariboo Rowing Club members had a good showing

Beat the Beast competitors and coaches from the South Cariboo Rowing Club were, Tyra Van Osch, front left, Jemma Van Osch and Donri Heise, and Tyson Storvold, back left, Aidan Fentiman, coach Will Van Osch, coach Jack Jenkins and Anna Lisa Craig.

Beat the Beast competitors and coaches from the South Cariboo Rowing Club were, Tyra Van Osch, front left, Jemma Van Osch and Donri Heise, and Tyson Storvold, back left, Aidan Fentiman, coach Will Van Osch, coach Jack Jenkins and Anna Lisa Craig.

The South Cariboo Rowing Club had a strong showing at the Beat the Beast indoor rowing competition at St. George’s School in Vancouver on Feb. 2.

Competitors were clocked for their individual performance in a 2,000-metre virtual sprint on a stationary rowing machine.

Donri Heise nailed a second-place result in the Masters Women B category.

Despite posting personal best times, Tyra Van Osch, Jemma Van Osch, Tyson Storvold, Aidan Fentiman and Anna Lisa Craig did not place.

On the same day, Alex Lubbe placed third in a large field of competitors at the University of Victoria Monster Erg competition, which is a sister event to Beat the Beast.

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