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Alpine Canada – CANADIAN ZOE CHORE CROWNED 2019 FIS FREESTYLE SKI CROSS WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPION
 

Gavin Rowell races to silver in Reiteralm, Austria

Reiteralm, AUT (March 28, 2019) – Canadian NextGen racers Zoe Chore (Cranbrook, B.C./Kimberley Alpine Ski Team) and Gavin Rowell (Prince George, B.C.) raced onto the podium at the 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski Cross World Junior Championships on Thursday.

Chore – who has seven NorAm and Europa Cup podiums this season, including five wins – tops her previous World Juniors’ results of 17th (2015) and eighth (2017) with a win, earning her the title of 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski Cross World Junior Champion.

 
 
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Congratulations to Canada’s 2019 alpine and para-alpine champions and medallists! Thank-you to our hosts at Mont-Édouard.

2019 Canadian Alpine Championships – Mont-Édouard, Que.:

Ladies’ super-G: 1. Beatrix Lever – 2. Claire Timmermann – 3. Olivia Carrier
Ladies’ super-G (U19): 1. Beatrix Lever – 2. Claire Timmermann – 3. Olivia Carrier

Ladies’ giant slalom: 1. Marie-Michèle Gagnon – 2. Marina Vilanova – 3. Laurence St-Germain
Ladies’ giant slalom (U19): 1. Marina Vilanova – 2. Ella Renzoni – 3. Sarah Bennett

Men’s slalom: 1. Jeffrey Read – 2. Simon Fournier – 3. Declan McCormack
Men’s slalom (U19): 1. Declan McCormack – 2. Sam Duff – 3. Asher Jordan

Men’s giant slalom: 1. Erik Read – 2. Jeffrey Read – 3. Riley Seger
Men’s giant slalom (U19): 1. Declan McCormack – 2. Jamie Casselman – 3. Asher Jordan

Men’s super-G: 1. Jack Crawford – 2. Jeffrey Read – 3. Erik Read
Men’s super-G (U19): 1. Declan McCormack – 2. Jamie Casselman – 3. Devin Mettertrainer

Ladies’ slalom: 1. Laurence St-Germain – 2. Kiara Alexander – 3. Dorothee Faucher
Ladies’ slalom (U19): 1. Kiara Alexander – 2. Dorothee Faucher – 3. Sarah Brown

2019 Canadian Para-Alpine Championships – Winter Park, Col.:

Ladies’ giant slalom – standing category: 1. Frédérique Turgeon – 2. Alana Ramsay – 3. Sarah Gillies

Ladies’ super-G – standing category: 1. Frédérique Turgeon – 2. Alana Ramsay

Ladies’ slalom – standing category: 1. Alana Ramsay – 2. Frédérique Turgeon – 3. Sarah Gillies

Men’s giant slalom – vision impaired category: 1. Logan Leach & guide Caele Kassa – 2. Ethan Gillese & guide Madeleine Luntley

Men’s giant slalom – standing category: 1. Alexis Guimond – 3. Braydon Luscombe

Men’s giant slalom – sitting category: 1. Kurt Oatway

Men’s super-G – standing category: 1. Alexis Guimond

Men’s super-G – sitting category: 2. Kurt Oatway

Men’s slalom – vision impaired category: 1. Logan Leach & guide Caele Kassa – 2. Ethan Gillese & guide Madeleine Luntley

Men’s slalom – standing category: 2. Braydon Luscombe

Men’s slalom – sitting category: 1. Kurt Oatway – 3. Alex Cairns

 
 
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Enjoy a special end-of-season celebration dinner being hosted at Olympian Louis-Pierre Hélie’s Ticino Swiss-Italian Restaurant on April 13. Tickets start at just $85, and include a four-course meal and a chance to rub elbows with some of this year’s Canadian World Cup and World Championship medallists.
 
 
 
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Sad to see the World Cup race season over? Don’t despair – we’re celebrating the great performances by this year’s #CANSkiTeam with the Audi 2019 Canadian Ski Racing Awards presented by Helly Hansen! Visit AlpineCanada.org/Awards today.

 
 
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