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PHOTOS: 109th Winter Carnival Street Events

Sydney Beyer gets big air during the donkey jump portion of the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Pete Dopkin takes part in the shovel race during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Georgia Friesell takes flight off the donkey jump during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Harry Coates, 3, and sister Hazel, 6, stay warm during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Ashtyn Lamb and Mary Grace Crump won the first three-legged race during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Thousands of people lined Lincoln Avenue in downtown Steamboat Springs during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Samuel Clark competes in the slalom event during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Jim Sylvester waves while competing in the shovel race during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Hazel Keller, 5, competes in the 25-yard dash during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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Elliot DeCrette competes in ski joring, but opts for a snowboard, during the 109th Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday, Feb. 12.
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