Alana Ramsay opens World Cup Final with bronze

Canadian Paralympic Committee

March 20, 2019

It’s her third consecutive slalom bronze on the circuit.



MORZINE, France – Alana Ramsay of Calgary continued to shine in slalom with a bronze on Wednesday at the World Cup Final in para alpine skiing.
 It’s her third consecutive slalom bronze on the circuit, after back-to-back podiums last week in La Molina, Spain.

“It feels good to be getting back into the swing of gates, and I’m having lots of fun (skiing),” said a confident Ramsay. “I’m looking forward to (Thursday) and the final World Cup race of the season.”

In the women’s standing race, Marie Bochet of France won the gold, Anna-Maria Rieder of Germany was second and Ramsay in third.  Frédérique Turgeon of Candiac, Que., was fourth.

Alex Cairns of Squamish, B.C., was seventh in the men’s sitting category slalom.

The Para alpine World Cup season wraps up Thursday with one last slalom. The runs are scheduled for 4:10 a.m. and 7:15 a.m. ET – via the Canadian Paralympic Team’s Facebook page.
With files from Alpine Canada

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