COBO “No School” Camp on Friday — The Central Oregon Basketball Organization will host a clinic for boys and girls in third through fifth grades at Pilot Butte Middle School from 9 a.m. to noon Friday. Registration costs $29 for Bend Park & Recreation District residents and $35 for nonresidents. The next COBO camp will be held Feb. 19. To learn more, visit www.cobobasketball.com/camps. Sign up at www.bendparksandrec.org or call 541-389-7275.
Wellington second in two Masters World Cup events — Twelve Bend skiers competed at the Masters World Cup, which was held at Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis on Jan. 19 through Friday. Mary Wellington finished second both the 15K freestyle and 7.5K freestyle races and came in third in the 30K classic race. She competed in the Women AG04 category, which includes women born from 1968 to 1972. Dagmar Eriksson, who competed with women ages 70 to 75, finished third in the 15K freestyle, fourth in the 10K freestyle and fifth in the 10K classic. David Sjogren finished fourth in both the 30K freestyle and 7.5K freestyle and 10th in the 40K freestyle in the men’s 50-55 category. Wellington, Ericksson and Sjogren all took part in the four-by-5K relays held Thursday, and all three of their teams took first place in their age group. Dorlee Kingen finished in sixth place in both the 10K freestyle and 5K freestyle in the women’s 75+ age group and Robert Ripley took sixth place in the 40K classic in the men’s 55-60 age group. John Downing was sixth in the 7.5K classic in the 50-55 category. David Edic took seventh place in the 25K classic race in the men’s 60-65 category and ninth in the 7.5K classic. Bert Hinkley, Len Sherr, Robert Triebold, Larry Katz and Michael Tarnow, a Traverse City, Michigan, resident who lives part-time in Bend, all competed in Minneapolis but did not finish in the top-10 in an event.
Nordic ski course starts Wednesday — Physical Therapist Tim Gross will lead an eight-session nordic ski performance and biomechanics class at the Rebound Physical Therapy — Bend East location at 1303 NE Cushing Drive, Suite 150, starting Wednesday. The classes, which focus on injury prevention and improving performance, will meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and will focus on different parts of the body and conclude with exercise circuits each week. The final meeting will be outside on snow on March 17. The class costs $96 for adults and $64 for students. For more information, call the Eastside clinic at 541-382-7875.
— Bulletin staff reports