Lord Tweedsmuir nearly sweeps Cloverdale Bed Races competition

Teams from Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary claim victories in men's and women's divisions, as defending men's champion falls to defeat.



There has been a major upset at the Cloverdale Bed Races. Defending champion Turkey’s Party Markers went down to stunning defeat.

The successive five-time bed pan champion in the men’s division was knocked out of the finals in an evening dominated by teams from Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary.

In a close race, Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary’s boy’s soccer team crossed the finish line ahead of LT’s boy’s soccer team in the men’s final to take the 2015 bed pan title.

The Lord Tweedsmuir ladies’ track team defeated the Green Party’s women’s team for the Chamber Pot trophy is another thrilling final May 14 in downtown Cloverdale.

Highland House ran away with the Centre of the Universe trophy in the mixed team division, the largest division at this year’s contest, held on 176A Street between 57 and 58 A Avenues.

And Cloverdale Pharmasave – dubbed the “Pill Pushers” – earned the trophy for Best Dressed for their team’s blend of coloured tinsel wigs and lab coats.

Winners of the Bed Pan Trophy: https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpf1/t31.0-8/11054855_10153325465709721_6592993663636211494_o.jpg

 

 

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