[MEDAL ALERT] Alana Ramsay wins second bronze at Beijing 2022

Canadian Paralympic Committee

March 07, 2022

Calgary alpine skier shows consistency in super combined


BEIJING – Calgary’s Alana Ramsay has matched her performance from four years ago after earning her second bronze on Monday in the women’s standing super combined in Para alpine skiing action at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games.

Ebba Aarsjoe of Sweden won the gold medal and Mengqiu Zhang of China was second. The 27-year-old Ramsay showed why consistency is important in two-part races. She emerged with the bronze clocking the fourth fastest times in both the morning Super-G and afternoon slalom.

On Sunday, Ramsay took the bronze in the Super-G. At the 2018 Paralympics, she also won bronze in the Super-G and super combined.

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