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Alpine Canada Alpin – SEASON SUMMARY
The para alpine season kicks off in Kranjska Gora, SLO on January 15th and 16th with slalom and giant slalom races. Initially the World Cup season was slated to start in Abteneau, Austria, however due to unseasonably warm conditions in areas of Europe, the races have been relocated. 

The year ahead holds no major events (World Championships or Paralympic Games), giving the athletes a full season to focus on building momentum and consistency at the World Cup level. It promises to be an exciting season as athletes push the boundaries to reach new all-time best results and chase podium performances in multiple events. Read more.

 

 

JANUARY 9 & 10 WEEKEND RECAP

Unfavourable weather conditions wreaked havoc on the men’s giant slalom race in Adelboden, Switzerland forcing a race cancellation. Course crews were able to pull off the second race slated for the men on Sunday, running a snowy and foggy slalom where Norwegian young gun Henrik Kristoffersen won by just 0.06 seconds ahead of Austrian Marcel Hirscher. Alexander Khoroshilov from Russia finished in third-place, 0.60 seconds back. 

Calgary-native and 24-year-old, Trevor Philp, secured his first-ever World Cup slalom points. Philp finished the day in 24th place, moving up five places after his second run. Philp now has seven World Cup slalom points and he looks to continue adding to his tally this season. Read more.