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Meet the Canadian operators headed to the Global Operator Challenge regional finals in North Carolina

Finning hosted Caterpillar's Global Operator Challenge in cities across Canada over the summer. Learn about the competition in the video above, and meet the top three operators below.

The first-place champion from this summer's Operator Challenge is Jaus Neigum from Medicine Hat, Alberta.

The second-place champion from this summer's Operator Challenge is Cody Wilson from Richmond, British Columbia.

The third-place champion from this summer's Operator Challenge is Larry Mason from Mission, British Columbia.

Neigum, Wilson and Mason will compete in the regional finals in Clayton, North Carolina, October 21–23 for a chance to compete at the Global Cat Operator Challenge in 2020 at ConExpo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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16901 - 109 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
CA, T5P 4P6

Website:
finning.com

Phone number:
888-346-6464

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100 North East Adams Street
Peoria, IL
US, 61629

Website:
cat.com

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