➡️ Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany(Feb. 2, 2020): Erik Read and Trevor Philp charged in Garmisch Partenkirchen to finish in 17th and 20th in GS, a mere 1.8 seconds off the leader, in a race that was set for speed. “I skied really well but lost a lot of speed on the bottom. After tumbling in Schladming I’m happy with a solid 17th place.” said Erik. “It was great to be back racing GS! It was challenging conditions with the rain, but I was happy with my skiing and my charge in both runs. I’ll take a top 20 today and try again next time!” added Trevor. Brodie Seger did not qualify for a second run.
➡️ Rosa Khutor, Russia (Feb. 2, 2020): After days of cancellations, the women were ready to go for the super-G from Rosa Khutor, RUS. Marie-Michèle Gagnon fought through tough conditions and bad visibility but missed a gate near the bottom of the course and did not finish.
➡️ Megève, France(Feb. 1, 2020): It was another banner day for the Canadian Ski Cross Team in Megève, FRA as Marielle Thompson and Kevin Drury stood on top of the podium. The race, which was much more wide open than normal, allowed for the skiers to go fast but meant mistakes were hard to come back from. Thompson and Drury skied strong throughout the heats to come out on top.
➡️ Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany(Feb. 1, 2020): It was another great day on the downhill course for Cam Alexander as he was the top Canadian finisher in 27th spot. Alexander, a youngster on the team, has been showing great progression on the World Cup tour, finishing in the points in all the downhill races this year. “I came in hoping to get one top 30, but to have 3 in a row, it’s a really good feeling. I have a lot of confidence going into the season now.” The rest of the team wasn’t far behind with Benjamin Thomsen in 32nd, Jeff Read – 36th, Jack Crawford – 37th and Brodie Seger - 43rd.
➡️ Schladming, Austria (January 28, 2020): In front of a passionate crowd in Schladming, Erik Read led the team into second run onlyseconds back of leader. Erik started out the run strong but did not finish. Simon Fournier didnot qualify for a second run, Trevor Philp and Asher Jordan did not finish their first runs.