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Alpine Canada – Erik Guay’s tribute run as his last appearance on the World Cup circuit

Lake Louise, Alta. (November 25, 2018) – Dustin Cook finished 16th in the Audi FIS World Cup super-G today while Roni Remme and Laurence St-Germain posted among their career best results with a 13th and 14th in the women’s World Cup slalom in Killington, USA.
Dustin, 29, attacked the first portion of the race and struggled a little in the middle section.
“I know I can push a little more and compete with the best,” said Dustin. “ I would’ve been happier with a top 10 result but overall, this is a good first race for me to kick off the season.”
Erik Guay, 37, who announced his retirement this weekend, made a final tribute run just before the start of the race. Erik skied down the track wearing jeans, a belt bucket and his famous jean jacket bearing the Canadian Cowboys logo as a tribute to his fans and teammates. The crowd cheered him on and he received a standing ovation from the fans in the stands at the finish line.
Kjetil Jansrud from Norway won the race.
For the full results, please click here.

The Canadian speed team put in a strong showing with Jack Crawford finishing 27th, Benjamin Thomsen 47th, Jeff Read 49th and Brodie Seger 50th. Sam Mulligan hit a rut and his ski came off so he did not finish the race.
In Killington, Roni Remme, 22,  posted one of her best ever results with a 13th place; as did St-Germain, 24, with her 14th place. St-Germain was only 0.01 second behind Remme and it was exciting to watch the second run as the two led the pack for much of the run. Veteran Erin Mielzynski missed a gate in the first run ending her chances for a spot in the second run. Amelia Smart, did not qualify for the second run.

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