Guay and Osborne-Paradis headline Canada's ski team
World downhill champion Erik Guay and three-time World Cup winner Manuel Osborne-Paradis headline Canada's 23-member alpine ski team for the Sochi Olympic season. Seventeen men and six women that Alpine Canada believe have podium potential were named to the national squad Thursday Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Bump in the Road
Downhill skier Larisa Yurkiw says she's been dropped from the Canadian ski team. The 25-year-old from Owen Sound, Ont., can still envision herself in the start hut at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Alpine Canada president Max Gartner wouldn't confirm Wednesday that Yurkiw was been dropped from the squad. Full Story.
Montreal's Maxime Dufour-Lapointe won the women's dual mogul event at the season-ending national mogul championships Sunday. On the men's side, Olympic champion and three-time world champion Alex Bilodeau won the dual moguls event. Full Story.