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Canadian freestyle skier Brady Leman has picked up his second silver medal in as many races. He finished second in a skicross World Cup in Val Thorens, France, today. The Calgary native was edged by Armin Niederer of Switzerland...Kelsey Serwa of
Brady Leman won a silver medal Thursday at the Telluride Ski Resort, becoming the first Canadian to reach the World Cup ski cross podium this season. The 26-year-old Calgary skier finished just behind Filip Flisar of Slovenia. Armin Niederer of
Marielle Thompson of Canada leads this year's world cup ski cross standings with two races remaining...The battle for the season-winning Crystal Globes is close, with the final two races of the season held back to back on Saturday and Sunday.
In her debut weekend on the World Cup ski cross circuit last season, then wide-eyed 18-year-old Marielle Thompson of Whistler found herself in a start gate beside heralded veteran Ophelie David of France. "I was super nervous," admit-ted Thompson of
The Canadians made a last-minute decision to compete in the U.S. Grand Prix and it paid off as Montreal's Chris Del Bosco and Marielle Thompson of Whistler, B.C., swept gold in skicross Saturday. Calgary's Brady Leman also made the podium, grabbing
Alex Fiva of Switzerland won a World Cup ski cross under lights on Saturday for his first career victory. In the final round, Fiva beat Brady Leman of Canada , Daniel Bohnacker of Germany and Patrick Koller of Austria to move to second place in the
Canada's Brady Leman and Kelsey Serwa made a golden start to the ski cross World Cup season Saturday. Leman, from Calgary, celebrated his comeback from a long injury layoff to win the men's race and claim his first career World Cup podium. Serwa, a