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Canadians Slopestyle Athletes Sweep the Podium at WinSport's Canada Olympic Park Nor-Am

Feb. 28, 2017
FIS FREESTYLE SKI NOR-AM

 

Calgary, Alberta, February 28, 2017 –  The Canadian slopestyle athletes, primarily comprised of NextGen team members, swept both the men’s and women’s podium at Winsport’s Canada Olympic Park on Saturday. The Canada Cup stop, sponsored by Toyo Tires, took place under challenging conditions in Calgary, AB. Philippe Langevin, Sofia Tchernetsky, Tanner Gordon, Emma Stevens, Elena Ann Paskevich, and Matthew Wilcox all found the podium during the season’s first domestic slopestyle Nor-Am.

Philippe Langevin led the men as he clinched the top spot with a score of 86.41. He was joined on the podium by Canadian Group C team members Tanner Gordon and Matthew Wilcox, who finished second and third respectively.

On the women’s side, Sofia Tchernetsky claimed the top spot with a score of 82.83. Emma Stevens finished in second and Elena Ann Paskevich in third.

The Canadian slopestyle athletes will regroup for the next slopestyle Nor-Am held at Mount St. Louis Moonstone, ON.

Updated results for the Nor-Am events and the Toyo Cup can be found on our website as well as the full Nor-Am schedule .

 

Full event results can be found here:

Men: http://www.freestylecanada.ski/files/events/results/2016-17/COP-NorAM_men-SS-overall-results.pdf

Women: http://www.freestylecanada.ski/files/events/results/2016-17/COP-NorAM_ladies-SS-overall-results.pdf

 

Next up on the Canada Cup Series presented by Toyo Tires
  • FIS Freestyle Nor-Am – February 28 – March 4 – Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Ontario – slopestyle
  • FIS Freestyle Nor-Am – March 2-5 – Apex, British Columbia – moguls, dual Moguls

 

For more information or for media requests, please contact:

Dominique Ladouceur

Manager, Athlete Relations

Cell: 514.576.2379

Email: dominique@freestylecanada.ski

 

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