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Freestyle Canada – Mammoth, USA, March 6, 2019– A few weeks after the World Championships, the ski slopestyle and halfpipe athletes assemble again this week at Mammoth Mountain, California, for the FIS Freestyle World Cup from March 6 to 9, 2019.
 
This is the last World Cup for the halfpipe team, and the contest promises to be an exciting one, with two Canadians in the running for the Crystal Globe: Rachael Karker (210 points) and Cassie Sharpe (180 points). On the men’s team, Simon d’Artois is currently in second place (176 points) behind New Zealander Nico Porteous (210 points).
 
The slopestyle skiers will end their World Cup season in Silvaplana, Switzerland. Before that, some of the athletes will have the opportunity to compete in the Big Air – 2019 Jamboree in Quebec City from March 14 to 17.
 
The ski slopestyle World Cup schedule is here. See the halfpipe schedule here.
 
The following athletes are expected to compete:
 
Slopestyle
 
Men: Teal HarleNoah MorrisonMax MoffatMark Hendrickson, Rylan Evans, Philippe Langevin, Etienne Geoffroy-Gagnon 
 
Women: Yuki Tsubota, Elena Gaskell, Megan Oldham 
 
 
Halfpipe
 
Men: Noah BowmanSimon d’ArtoisBrendan Mackay, Dylan Marineau, Evan Marineau, Sam Mceown, Sascha Pedenko
 
Women: Cassie SharpeRachael Karker
 
 

 

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More information:

Dominique Ladouceur
Manager, Athlete Relations
+1.514.576.2379
dominique@freestylecanada.ski