Fun and Games in Lake Placid

Luka Kosir of Gorje, Slovenia celebrates his victory in boys biathlon on Jan. 9 at the Olympic Jumping Complex in Lake Placid. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Student-athletes from Reykjavik, Iceland, march during the opening ceremony of the International Children’s Games Monday night at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)
Lake Placid native Tate Frantz double-poles during the first cross country ski race of the International Children's Winter Games on Tuesday morning. (Enterprise photo — Justin A. Levine)
From left, Lake Placid's Abigail Van Dorn and Slovenia's Zala Repe and Tinkara Zalokar stand on the podium in second, first and third place after the International Children's Games biathlon competition on Tuesday. (Enterprise photo — Justin A. Levine)
Tinkara Zalokar of Slovenia takes aim at the range during Wednesday’s biathlon race. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Jakob Lynch of Lake Placid puts on the brakes while pressuring the net guarded by Delemont, Switzerland goalie Benjamin Chevre during ice hockey action Tuesday at the Olympic Center. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Lake Placid representatives Liam Nobles (6) and Owen Keal (5) and Enzo Fershau of Kelowna, British Columbia, ski in the boys B final in a biathlon race at the Olympic Jumping Complex Jan. 9. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Hometown biathlete Max Flanigan is seen after lighting the cauldron to signify the start of the 2019 International Children's Games at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid during the opening ceremony Monday night. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)
Nathan Achtem, of Canada, tucks down a hill during Tuesday’s cross-country skiing race at the Olympic Jumping Complex in Lake Placid. (Enterprise photo — Justin A. Levine)
Sydnee Francis of the Lake Placid girls team attempts to control the puck during a game against Port Moody, British Columbia on Tuesday at the USA Rink. (Enterprise photo — Lou Reuter)
Choral director Kimberly Weems conducts a group of children singing during the opening ceremony Tuesday at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)
Canadians Mallory Mackesy, left, and Carly Sardine play video games at the Conference Center in Lake Placid. When the student-athletes were not competing, they were hanging out, playing foosball, ping pong and PlayStation. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)
Student-athletes in Lake Placid for the 2019 International Children’s Games gather at Mid’s Park to watch a fireworks show Tuesday night. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)
Lake Placid resident Lincoln Norfolk introduces student-athletes, families and delegations to the 2019 International Children’s Games during the opening ceremony Monday night at the Olympic Center. (Enterprise photo — Griffin Kelly)
Saranac Lake eighth-grader Sophia Kelting lines up a shot during Tuesday afternoon's biathlon race at the ski jumps in Lake Placid. (Enterprise photo — Justin A. Levine)

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