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Kamloops firefighters head to national competition

From left, Graham Mackenzie Scott Wasden, Mark Brise, and Shawn Davidson.
Image Credit: Contributed by City of Kamloops

KAMLOOPS - A team of Kamloops firefighters are heading to the Firefit National competition this week.

The competition invites firefighters from across the country to participate in various events to test levels of fitness. Kamloops firefighters Graham Mackenzie, Mark Brise, Shawn Davidson, and Scott Wasden all competed in the regional competition earlier in the summer.

Davidson took home first place in the over-40 category and Mackenzie took first place as the competition's best individual competitor.

According to the City of Kamloops website, the team came third overall in the competition and will be heading to the national competition starting today, Sept. 5 through to Sept. 9.

For more information and results on how the city's firefighters did in the Firefit competition go here.

 

 

 

 


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