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Canada Snowboard  – Vancouver, BC – Canada’s Meryeta O’Dine (Prince George, BC) and Zoe Bergermann (Erin, ON) took home the bronze medal Sunday during the team Snowboardcross World Cup event in Erzurum, Turkey. The pair took the third spot behind the French team of Nelly Moenne Loccoz & Chloe Trespeuch and the Czech team of Vendula Hopjakova and Eva Samkova. This is O’Dine and Bergermann’s second team event medal after the pair captured silver at last month’s Team SBX World Cup in Montafon, AUT.
 
WATCH: FIS TEAM SNOWBOARDCROSS WORLD CUP HIGHLIGHTS
 
The victory comes after a solid effort from both riders in the previous day’s individual race, with O’Dine and Bergermann coming in 6th and 10th respectively. The men’s team consisting of Kevin Hill (Vernon, BC) and Liam Moffat (Truro, NS) finished in 11th place.
 
The Canadian Snowboardcross team will now head to Bansko, Bulgaria for a sprint Snowboardcross World Cup before the focus then shifts to the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
 
Results Women
Individual | Team
 
Results Men
Individual | Team
 
Photos are available through the FIS Snowboard SmugMug account
 
To schedule an interview with one of our athletes, please contact:

Eric Escaravage
Communications & Media Relations Coordinator
Canada Snowboard
eric.escaravage@canadasnowboard.ca
(613)-862-6532
 
About Canada Snowboard
Canada Snowboard is the national governing body for snowboarding in Canada. With the support of valued corporate partners like The Canadian Tire Corporation, Mackenzie Financial, FA Design, Burton Snowboards, Zanier Gloves, and Mazda Canada, along with the Government of Canada, Own the Podium, the Canadian Olympic Committee, and the Canadian Paralympic Committee; Canada Snowboard is committed to high performance excellence in FIS World Cup, World Championships, World Snowboard Tour and Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games competition. Canada Snowboard also provides a wide range of programs and support services based on established principles of long-term athlete development. For more information on the services and programs offered by Canada Snowboard, visit: www.canadasnowboard.ca

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