Day One Continues with the Team Sweden next up, and they are the team to beat. They come out of the holding area and bee-line to their Pit. The International Judge keeps an eye on them, their team leader explains. Next up, one of the Canadian Teams from Bonnyville leave the sequestered area and head for their pit -- they are not as polished as the Swedes. Team Sweden now sits in front of the judges. The next team up is the home town favorites from Calgary, the hosting city. These are young guys trying to make a mark...how will they do?
Auto Extrication Competitions, or “Challenges” as they are commonly referred to, are held across the US, Canada and other parts of the globe. The purpose of these competitions is two-fold; teams are exposed to new techniques, methods and technology at these events, which improves their skills and knowledge enabling them to better serve their customers and the communities which they protect.
The Alberta Vehicle Extrication Association (AVEA) is a proud member of the World Rescue Organisation, committed to contributing to the reduction of injury and deaths of Albertans involved in transportation emergencies through education, collaboration, partnerships, learning symposiums and challenges.
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