➡️ Hinterstoder, AUT (March 2, 2020): After a last minute change in scheduling forced the giant slalom to move from Sunday to Monday the Canadian tech team was ready to charge in Hinterstoder, AUT. Clocking in two top 25 finishes, Trevor Philp was just over two seconds back from the leader finishing in 22nd while Erik Read finished in 24th.
➡️ Hinterstoder, AUT (March 1, 2020): The men of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team set their sights on the alpine combined from Hinterstoder, AUT today. The third and final alpine combined of the season combines super G and slalom. In only his second ever World Cup Alpine Combined, Sam Mulligan raced to a 28th place finish earning is very first World Cup points of his career, “I’m happy to score my first World Cup points, it wasn’t the best race for me but points are always a good thing. Looking to keep getting better from here.” Trevor Philp and Jeff Read did not finish their second run. Jack Crawford missed a gate and was disqualified.
➡️ Hinterstoder, AUT (Feb. 29, 2020): Jack Crawford had an amazing day of racing in Hinterstoder, AUT finishing in a career best 12th spot. Crawford, who has been a team member since 2016 has had his most impressive World Cup season to date. Trevor Philp, in a rare speed appearance, raced to a 37th place finish. Brodie Seger finished in 41st, Jeff Read finished in 47th. Sam Mulligan did not finish his run.
➡️ La Thuile, ITA (Feb. 29, 2020): The women’s super G kicked off in La Thuile, ITA today. Marie-Michèle Gagnon battled her way to a 36th place finish while Candace Crawford finished in 39th.