Starline Elementary students got a special treat Thursday morning at IJSBA. Their teacher, Bridget Hagest, organized a meet and greet for them with racers from around the world. The students made signs to hang at racers’ tents to wish them luck and received autographs from the race teams.

The Blowsion IJSBA World Finals takes place this weekend at Crazy Horse Campground. The event is free to spectators.

Quinten Bossche of Belgium receives a banner made by Starline students. Rick Powell/Riverscene


Anna Glennon of the United States signs autographs for Starline Elementary students Thursday morning. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene


IJSBA Blowsion World Finals 2017

Havasu local, Stevie Bascom, stops to sign autographs for the kids, before she hit the water. Ken Gallagher/RiverScene


IJSBA Blowsion World Finals 2017

2917 Master Ski Champion, Daniel Mc Key, of Argentina, signing autographs for the fans. Ken Gallagher / RiverScene


the banner the students made for Team Norway with the teams riders. Rick Powell/RiverScene


IJSBA Blowsion World Finals 2017

Stevie Bascom, spending time with her fans. Ken Gallagher/RiverScene


Starline students pose for a photo at the IJSBA Blowsion World Finals. Rick Powell/RiverScene


Team Argentina’s National Champion and new world champion signs autographs for the kids. Rick Powell/RiverScene


Quinten Bossche, Belgium, looks at a banner made for him by Starline Elementary School students. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene


A Serbia Team Serbia signs autographs for Starline students Thursday morning. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene


Alejandro Playan from Team Argentina signs the map to show Starline students where the racers are from. Rick Powell/RiverScene

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