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Freestyle Canada – Mammoth, USA, January 17, 2018 – After Snowmass, the Canadian slopestyle and halfpipe ski teams compete at Mammoth Mountain from January 18 to 20 for what will be a decisive event for some athletes in both disciplines.
The FIS World Cup in Mammoth, California is the last stop before the final date of the Olympic selection period and the subsequent announcement of Team Canada’s freestyle ski roster. We’ll be in suspense as the event approaches and right up until virtually the last minute before knowing who gets an Olympic spot, since all freestyle disciplines will be competing this upcoming weekend.
The schedule in brief:
Thursday, January 18: Men’s & ladies’ qualifications – halfpipe
Friday, January 19: Men’s & ladies’ finals – halfpipe
Friday, January 19: Men’s & ladies’ qualifications – halfpipe
Saturday, January 20: Men’s & ladies’ finals – slopestyle
The following halfpipe athletes will compete in the World Cup at Mammoth:
Men: Brendan Mackay (Calgary, AB)
Ladies: Keltie Hansen (Edmonton, AB), Megan Warrener (Sylvan Lake, AB), Rachael Karker (Erin, ON)
The following slopestyle athletes will compete at Mammoth:
Men: Evan McEachran (Oakville, ON), Teal Harle (Campbell River, BC), Patrick Dew (Prince George, BC), Philippe Langevin (Mont-Tremblant, QC), Max Moffat (Caledon, ON), Noah Morrison (Vernon, BC)
Ladies: Dara Howell (Huntsville, ON), Yuki Tsubota (Whistler, BC), Anouk Purnelle-Faniel (Lac-Beauport, QC), Kim Lamarre (Quebec City QC), Elena Gaskell (Vernon, BC), Sofia Tchernetsky (Whistler, BC), Nikki Blackall (Barrie, ON)
Upcoming events (January)
FIS World Cup – January 19-20 – Lake Placid – Aerials
FIS World Cup – January 20 – Tremblant – Moguls
X Games – January 25 – Aspen – Halfpipe
X Games – January 27-28 – Aspen – Slopestyle

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More information:
Dominique Ladouceur
Manager, Athlete Relations