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Alpine Canada – Calgary, Alta. (November 24, 2016) – It’s a big weekend for ski racing in North America with its first Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup race kicking off, as well as the return of the World Cup to the east after a 25-year hiatus. The last World Cup in the east was in 1991 in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. This weekend, the women’s technical athletes will be visiting Killington, Vermont for a giant slalom race on Saturday, followed by a slalom race on Sunday.
With a tough start to the winter season in North America, the Canadian Ski Team is pumped to be racing in front of fans, sponsors and supporters just south of the boarder.
Killington is a new venue on the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup calendar giving the U.S. a total of four venues during the 2016-17 season (including the cancelled Beaver Creek races). 
For ski racing fans in eastern Canada, Killington is approximately three hours from Montreal and five hours from Ottawa. Pack your Canadian flags and head south to cheer on the #CANSkiTeam women.
Candace Crawford
Marie-Michèle Gagnon
Valérie Grenier
Erin Mielzynski
Laurence St-Germain
Mikaela Tommy
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Ladies’ Giant Slalom 1st Run – 3:30PM CET / 7:30AM MST
Ladies’ Giant Slalom 2nd Run – 6:30PM CET/ 10:30AM MST
Sunday, November 27, 2016
Ladies’ Slalom 1st Run – 3:30PM CET / 7:30AM MST
Ladies’ Slalom 2nd Run – 6:30PM CET/ 10:30AM MST
Saturday, November 26, 2016 on CBC at 3:00pm MST/ 5:00pm EST
Sunday, November 27, 2016 on CBC at 3:00pm local across Canada
* CBC will also be LIVE streaming both races at
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