Photo Caption Gary Jones

Calgary, AB. (April 9, 2024) — Canada’s ski racing national championships wrapped up this weekend at Panorama, BC., following on the heels of championship racing at Red Mountain, BC., and at Nakiska Ski Area, AB over the past few weeks.

Cassidy Gray (Panorama, BC), who won the giant-slalom (GS) title last month at Red, took the women’s downhill (DH) crown this past weekend on her home hill Panaroma. With these two national titles, Gray has now won a total of four senior titles.

“Super proud of our whole team,” said a pleased Gray. “So many Canadians skied really fast and it’s exciting to see how strong Canada is. I’m super excited for next season.”

“It was super cool to host at Pano. It’s my home hill and Pano went over and above to deliver an elite experience for everyone. I got to witness firsthand how hard everyone at Pano worked, especially with my mom being one of the volunteers. The volunteer crew and the hill were amazing and they put on a world class event.”

Also this weekend at Pano, Brodie Seger (North Vancouver, BC) won the men’s DH for his first Canadian title, while fellow national team member Kyle Alexander (North Vancouver, BC) finished second, and with his results this weekend, Alexander claimed the Nor-Am Cup titles in DH and in super-G (SG).

Late last month ski cross held national championships at the Nakiska Ski Area outside of Calgary. India Sherret (Cranbrook, BC) topped the women’s podium for her third national title and Reece Howden (Chilliwack, BC) won the men’s race for his third Canadian title.

Rounding out the women’s podium in Nakiska were national team members Tiana Gairns (Prince George, BC) in second place and Emeline Bennett (North Vancouver, BC) in third place. On the men’s side Carson Cook (Edmonton, AB) took second and Jared Schmidt (Ottawa, ON) was third.

Earlier in March at Red Mountain Resort in BC, Canada’s tech national champions were crowned with Gray winning GS for the second year in a row and Jamie Casselman taking the men’s GS for his second Canadian championships win. Elisabeth Creighton took the women’s slalom (SL) national title and Jesse Kertesz-Knight, a member of Canada’s Junior World team, taking the men’s SL. This is a first Canadian national title for both Creighton and Kertesz-Knight’s.

The para-alpine national championships were held at Kimberley, BC., in February and results can be found here.

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