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The Yukon Played Host of the First Fédération Internationale de Ski in the Territory

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The first Fédération Internationale de Ski race in the Yukon took place with 2 Canadians placing 1st and 2nd in their respective races.

YUKON - The world's best up and coming alpine skiers competed in the first International Ski Federation race in the Yukon.

91 Skiers from around the world competed at Mount Sima for the Giant Slalom and Slalom events on November 18 and 19, 2022. Fédération Internationale de Ski (FIS).

These were the final results from the race according to Sport Yukon:

Giant Slalom Men’s:

1. Jan Ronner, Austria, 1:57.85
2. Caeden Carrathurs, Canada, 1:58.09
3. Hunter Eid, U.S.A., 1:58.09

Giant Slalom Women’s:

1. Ashleigh Alexander, Canada, 2:04.79
2. Ainsley Proffit, U.S.A., 2:05.11
3. Ella Bromee, Sweden, 2:05.33

Slalom Men’s:

1. Hunter EID, U.S.A., 1:23.12
2. Moro Bamber, U.S.A. 1:23.36
3. Jan Ronner, Austria, 1:23:92

Slalom Women’s:

1. Ainsley Proffit, U.S.A., 1:35.20
2. Carmen Sofie Nielssen, Norway, 1:35.40
3. Ella Bromee, Sweden, 1:36.01

It will be a short time before Mount Sima holds its next event, with The Toyo Tires Canada Cup freestyle skiing tournament being held on the hill from December 2-4.

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