[MEDAL ALERT] Alana Ramsay wins bronze in women’s Super-G

Canadian Paralympic Committee

March 06, 2022

Calgary skier duplicates result from four years ago


BEIJING – Para alpine skier Alana Ramsay of Calgary repeated her bronze medal performance from four years ago in the women’s standing Super-G on Sunday at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games.

Zhang Mengqiu of China capitalized on home hill advantage for the victory in one minute and 13.54 seconds. Marie Bochet of France, an eight-time Games champion, took the silver in 1:14.97 and Ramsay ended her season struggles grabbing the bronze in 1:16.84.

It was a third career Games medal for 27-year-old Ramsay. The fifth skier to start, she had briefly grabbed the lead with her superb race gaining valuable time in the second half of the two-kilometre run.

Mollie Jepsen of West Vancouver, B.C., the downhill champion on Saturday, was the first skier down the course and wound up sixth while Michaela Gosselin of Collingwood, Ont. was seventh.

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