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Freestyle Updates from Brendan Buchar

March 11, 2010 | By: Beaver Valley Ski Club

Hello Everyone,

We have a few important announcements regarding the freestyle banquet, Mogul and Park and Pipe Club Champs, Ontario Winter Games and Provincial Championships results. So Please don’t ignore this e-mail!!  Read on

Club Champs

Freestyle Moguls Club Championship will be held on Saturday March 13th on Freefall. But not to worry, we will have two separate start gates for both the novice and advanced skiers. Bib pick up will be held in the Cafeteria from 8-9 a.m. Awards will be at 3 p.m. on the North Deck. The course will be open for training from 10-11:30 a.m. Competition will be starting at 12:30 p.m.

All ages and abilities are welcome! If the freefall track seems a bit daunting, use the alternate start halfway down. Jumps are also optional.

Freestyle Ski Slopestyle Club Championship will be held on Sunday March 14th along side of the snowboard slopestyle. There are categories for both skiers and snowboarders and if you ski as well as snowboard, you can enter in both. There are multiple age categories from 6 & under through to 40+ and everything in between for girls and guys. You can register at the Clubhouse this Saturday, either at the registration table in the lobby beside the Senior Member’s Lounge. Or downstairs at the Club office mail@beavervalley.ca . The cost will be $5 for Snowboard and Ski categories, or $10 if you want to compete in both. Please be sure to indicate snowboard or ski or both when you register.

Note: helmets are mandatory.

So get your registration in today, mail@beavervalley.ca

 

Freestyle Get Together

This Saturday after the Mogul club champs. We will be holding a get together for all of the freestylers and their parents from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. In the Silver Creek Room.

This will be a simple get together, lounge and Apre for all of us to talk about the season, eat a few appetizers and see each other for one last time before next season. This will be a chance for you guys to talk to your kids coaches, ex…..

I look forward to seeing all of you there!!!!

Ontario Winter Games and Provincial Championships

This past week, Mt. St. Louie Moonstone was host to the Ontario Winter Games and Provincial Championships and it is safe to say that all of our kids skied extremely well.

For the Provincial Championships, the results are as follows:

Men’s Moguls:

In the M4 category, the largest category of the competition, Stephan Sum placed 1st followed by Ben Fuller in 10th , Roman Robazza in 11th , Alex Mackay in 14th and Geoffrey Hardacre in 22nd place.

Female Moguls:

In the F4 category, Berkley Brown placed 3rd, followed by Jenna Hewat in 4th and Coco Robazza in 8th.

Female Big Air:

In the female Big Air event, Olivia “Dolly” Lane placed 1st in the F4 category and 3rd overall.

In the Ontario Winter Games Invitational event, the results are as follows:

 

Female Moguls:

In the female F6 category, Berkley Brown placed 1st and in the F5 category. Jenna Hewat placed 1st , followed by Coco Robazza in 4th.

Men’s Moguls:

In the men’s M4 category, Ben Fuller placed 8th and in the M5 category. Stephan Sum placed 1st, followed by Roman Robazza in 2nd and Alex Mackay in 5th.

Well, I look forward to seeing you all out at the club this weekend, as well as the get together on Saturday.

Talk to you then.

Brendan Buchar

Freestyle Head Coach

Beaver Valley Ski Club

freestyle@beavervalley.ca


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