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Bohn is ‘queen’ at Gore Canyon
Jessie Bohn, a senior at Los Alamos High School, was the youngest competitor and posted the fastest time in the women’s kayak division in the Gore Canyon race Aug. 18.
Bohn, who had the fastest women’s time of all crafts down the course and was awarded “Queen of Gore Race 2012.”
The Gore Canyon race , which runs approximately five miles, is held every August on the Class IV-V section of the canyon on the Colorado River near Kremmling, Colo.
The race is down river race for kayaks, rafts and any other river craft that can make it through the canyons rapids. It includes the Class IV and V rapids Gore, Pyrite, Tunnel Falls and Kershbaum.
In all, 33 crafts including kayaks and rafts competed in the race.
Bohn has been kayaking since she was 8 years old and has been taking on Gore Canyon since age 14. She is a member of the Colorado Kayak Supply Women’s Squad Team.
London fires his third ace
Roger London earned a career hat trick as far as holes-in-one go.
London, of Los Alamos, scored his third career ace Sept. 11 at Los Alamos Golf Course. He hit his ace on the No. 15 hole with a 9-iron from 152 yards out.
Witnesses to the hole-in-one were Spike Jones, Donna Crook Jones and Linda Gallegos.