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La Coupe du monde FIS en sol québécois ce week-end

SAINTE-ADÈLE, QUÉBEC (le 10 janvier 2012) – Les meilleurs athlètes de bosses et de sauts au monde seront à Ski Mont Gabriel cette semaine alors que la montagne s’apprête à accueillir le Grand Prix de ski acrobatique Postes Canada le …

Deux médailles pour le Canada à Méribel

MERIBEL, FRANCE (le 20 décembre 2011) – Mikael Kingsbury de Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, a conservé sa première place au classement, et le dossard jaune du meneur, en remportant ce soir l’épreuve de bosses en parallèle à la Coupe du monde de …

Kingsbury remporte l’épreuve inaugurale de la Coupe du monde

KUUSAMO, FINLAND (le 10 décembre 2011) – Le roi des bosses est de retour et il porte le maillot jaune. Le Canadien Mikael Kingsbury a aujourd’hui remporté l’épreuve inaugurale de la Coupe du monde FIS de ski acrobatique en bosses. …

Les Canadiens prêts pour le circuit de la Coupe du monde

Bosses KUUSOMO, FINLANDE – La saison de la Coupe du monde FIS de ski acrobatique débute cette semaine, en Finlande pour les athlètes de bosses, et au Colorado, États-Unis, pour les athlètes de demi-lune. Suite à la saison phénoménale qu’a …

Teenage domination

Kingsbury & Dufour-Lapointe win last event of the season VAL ST. CÔME, QUEBEC (March 27, 2011) – The Canadian National Freestyle Ski Team wrapped up its best-ever season under clear blue skies here today and crowned two of its youngest …

Richards, Kingsbury take moguls crowns

Canada Post National Championships showcases the country’s talent VAL ST. CÔME, QUEBEC (March 25, 2011) – The Canadian National Freestyle Team swept the men’s and women’s podiums at today’s Canada Post National Championships on a steep and icy course at …

That’s a wrap

The Canadian Freestyle Ski Team wrapped up its best-ever World Cup season with another four medal showing here in dual mogul action today. Jennifer Heil and Mikael Kingsbury took home silver medals while Alex Bilodeau and Justine Dufour-Lapointe were bronze. In the final FIS World Cup of her career, Spruce Grove, Alberta’s Jenn Heil went against this year’s Crystal Globe winner, Hannah Kearney of the US, in the final dual of the day. Heil lost control in the middle section of her final run and had to pull out before her second jump, ultimately losing to Kearney. But Heil has no regrets. She said, “I skied today like I have every run of my career. I laid my heart out on the course.”

Perfect weekend for Bilodeau

ARE, SWEDEN (March 12, 2011) – Current Olympic and World Dual Mogul Champion Alex Bilodeau won the FIS Dual Mogul World Cup here and led teammates Justine Dufour-Lapointe and Jenn Heil to another three-medal-day for Canada. Bilodeau beat overall points-leader …

Canadian Mogul Squad battles for globes in Sweden

CFSA will offer photo blog of Heil’s final World Cup The FIS World Cup Mogul circuit picks up this week in Are, Sweden with back-to-back mogul and dual mogul events on Friday, March 11 and Saturday, March 12. With only …

Freestyle magic at Ski Mont Gabriel

Canadians take four of six medals at dual mogul World Cup Ste. Adèle, Que. – Following in the footsteps of Canadian sporting greats Jean-Luc Brassard and Alex Bilodeau, Montreal’s Justine-Dufour Lapointe won a FIS World Cup gold at Ski Mont …

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