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Ice, snow and water for Iceman

Peter Krause knew he'd have to swim to win Sunday's 23rd annual Prince George Citizen Iceman. He just didn't think his front crawl would become so useful on the ice oval.

Peter Krause knew he'd have to swim to win Sunday's 23rd annual Prince George Citizen Iceman.

He just didn't think his front crawl would become so useful on the ice oval.

Krause made waves as he tripped and slid through a huge puddle of melting ice after a morning downpour and spring-like temperatures overnight turned the winter venue at Exhibition Park into one big water hazard.

It all worked out in the end, however, for Krause. The 40-year-old from Smithers overtook Prince George emergency room doctor Mike Smith in the pool at the Aquatic Centre and fished out his fourth overall Iceman title in a time of 1:48:45.

For more, read The Citizen.


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