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Canada Cup Series Presented By Toyo Tires

The Canada Cup Series presented by Toyo Tires is Freestyle Canada’s national competition circuit. It was created to support a competitive and sustainable domestic tour where freestyle athletes from across Canada can develop their competitive skills in all of our disciplines; Moguls, Aerials Slopestyle and Halfpipe. It is designed primarily for athletes in the Train-to-Train (T2T) and Learn & Train to Compete (L2C/T2C) in the Can Freestyle Long Term Athlete Development system.

As an added incentive for Canada Cup competitors, Freestyle Canada and Toyo Tires is excited to launch the Toyo Cup, a special competition that will unite freestyle skiers of all disciplines and skill levels.

Freestyle Canada has developed a specific ranking system for the Toyo Cup, which will determine the most consistent performer overall, across all of our disciplines, in the Canada Cup Series (see ranking criteria). At the end of the season, the Toyo Cup, along with a $5000 education bursary and a set of winter tires, will be awarded to the top male and female freestyle skier that finish with the highest point totals overall. 

 

Events
Dates Sanctioning Location Disciplines Links
Nov. 25-27 Canadian Open Tour Yukon, CAN Slopestyle Results MenResults Women
Dec. 15-17 Canadian Selections Apex, BC, CAN Moguls x 2 Day 1Day 2
Jan. 14-15 Canadian Open Tour Silverstar, BC, CAN Slopestyle Results MenResults Women
Jan. 14-15 Canadian Series Apex, BC, CAN Moguls, Dual Moguls Results DMResults Moguls
Jan. 25-29 Canadian Open Tour Mount St. Louis Moostone, ON, CAN Slopestyle, Halfpipe Results Slopestyle Results Halfpipe
Feb. 2-5 Canadian Series Beaver Valley, ON, CAN Moguls, Dual Moguls Results SinglesResults Duals
Feb. 22-26 FIS NorAm Calgary, AB, CAN Slopestyle, Halfpipe Invitation
Mar. 2-5 FIS NorAm Apex, BC, CAN Moguls, Dual Moguls Invitation
Mar. 7-12 Canadian Junior National Championships Le Relais, QC, CAN Aerials, Moguls, Dual Moguls Invitation
Mar. 14-19 Canadian Open Tour Stoneham, QC, CAN Slopestyle, Halfpipe Invitation
Mar. 15-19 Canadian Championships Val St. Come, QC, CAN Aerials, Moguls, Dual Moguls Invitation
Apr. 4-9 Canadian Junior National Championships Whistler, BC, CAN Slopestyle, Halfpipe, Big Air
Standings

Mens

Womens

Aerials

# Athlete Pts

Moguls

# Athlete Pts
1 Ryan Portello 2050
2 Daniel Tanner 1400
3 Alexandre Lavoie 1150
4 Marc-Antoine Bety 1050
5 Koleton Phipps 815
6 Hayden Person 775
7 Brayden Kuroda 595
8 Sam Cordell 500
9 Marc-Antoine Gelenais 400
10 Olivier Guy-Tessier 385
11 Felix Cloutier-Asselin 376
12 Elliot Vaillancourt 325
13 Nicolas Campeau 300
14 Pierre-Alexandre Gosselin 220
15 Mathieu Latulippe 150
16 Mats Desautels 125
17 Felix Bertrand 120
18 Devon Martel 120
19 Ezra Jenkins 110
20 Jean Christophe Nadau 100
21 Renaud Carriere 85
22 Laris Thompson 50
23 Tyson Bashforth 25
24 Olivier Lessard 20
25 Mark Tanner 20
26 Parker Johnston 15
27 Jeremy Dubec 10
28 Samuel Frechette 10
29 Olivier Thibeault 5

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Slopestyle

# Athlete Pts
1 Philipe Langevin 1500
2 Mark Draper 1350
3 Christian Stormgaard 1300
4 Tom Nelner 1150
5 Etienne Geoffrey-Gagnon 1000
6 Luke Smart 800
7 Dakota Eliuk 700
8 Christian Stormgaard 700
9 Philip Doucet 650
10 Antoine Plamondon 600
11 Mark Draper 600
12 Laurent Cur-Briggs 500
13 Sasha Pedenko 500
14 Riley Culver 400
15 Emile Gavel 400
16 Jesse Gross 300
17 Antone Poirer 100
18 Philipe Boily-Doucette 75
19 Jack Pritichard 75
20 Rylan Evans 50
21 Jack Cluett 50
22 Patrick Dew 25
23 Finnian Young 25
24 Anders Ujejski 20
25 Miguel Rodden 20
26 Chase Unejski 15
27 Kyran Allen 15
28 Brayden Willmontt 15
29 Nicholas Suchy 10
30 Porter-Maclennanp 10

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Halfpipe

# Athlete Pts
1 Quinn Bartlett 750
2 Scott Belanger 650
3 MacLen Porter 500
4 Mathew Dufresne 400
5 Angus Crossan 75
6 Liam Smith 50
7 Milan Gituw 25
8 kyle Mattice 20
9 Dillon Eades 15
10 William Fossum 10

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Toyo Cup

Mens

Womens

# Athlete Discipline Pts
1 Philipe Langevin Slopestyle 2000
2 Ryan Portello Moguls 1950
3 Mark Draper Slopestyle 1850
4 Christian Stormgaard Slopestyle 1800
5 Tom Nelner Slopestyle 1650
6 Gabriel Dufresne Moguls 1600
7 Felix Boucher-Cormier Aerials 1550
8 Etienne Geoffrey-Gagnon Slopestyle 1500
9 Tommy Doyled Aerials 1400
10 Daniel Tanner Moguls 1400
11 Luke Ulsifer Moguls 1400
12 Alexandre Lavoie Moguls 1350
13 Luke Smart Slopestyle 1300
14 Dakota Eliuk Slopestyle 1200
15 Simon Lemieux Moguls 1200
16 Nicolas Marchand Aerials 1150
17 Brenden Kelly Moguls 1150
18 Antoine Poirier 1100
19 Zac Hoffman Moguls 1100
20 Quinn Bartlett Halfpipe 1000
21 Laurent Cur-Briggs Slopestyle 1000
22 Matt Wilcox Slopestyle 950
23 Christian Stormgaard Slopestyle 950
24 Philip Doucet Slopestyle 900
25 Scott Belanger Halfpipe 900
26 Max Moffatt Slopestyle 900
27 Riley Culver Slopestyle 900
28 Antoine Plamondon Slopestyle 850
29 Mark Draper Slopestyle 850
30 Sashca Pedenko 800
31 Elliot Vaillancourt Moguls 800
32 Bruce Oldman 800
33 MacLen Porter Halfpipe 750
34 Sasha Pedenko Slopestyle 750
35 Brenden Reid Slopestyle 750
36 Marc-Antoine Bety Moguls 650
37 Mathew Dufresne Halfpipe 650
38 Emile Gavel Slopestyle 650
39 Marc-Antoine Gagnon Aerials 650
40 Kerrian Chunlaud Moguls 600
41 Bruce Oldman 550
42 Jesse Gross Slopestyle 550
43 Koleton Phipps Moguls 550
44 Nicolas Campeau Moguls 500
45 William O'Conner 450
46 Sam Cordell Moguls 400
47 Marc-Antoine Gelenais Moguls 350
48 Antone Poirer Slopestyle 350
49 Colin Bridger 350
50 Pierre-Alexandre Gosselin Moguls 300
51 Brayden Kuroda Moguls 200
52 Hayden Person Moguls 100

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