Red Mountain Racers head coach Phil Patterson and racers Alex Marro

Red Mountain Racers recognized at BC Cup

Red Mountain Racers competing in the U19 age category were recognized at the BC Cup.

Red Mountain Racers competing in the U19 age category were recognized at the BC Cup.

Soleil Patterson, who’s on the BC Ski Team, placed second and third in the giant slalom and fourth in slalom, while both Jane Andison and Alvise Scarabosio each had three top-10 finishes over the four days of racing at Red Mountain. Alex Marro received most improved racer for his giant slalom race on Sunday.

The FIS event took place from March 7 to 12, with two days of training to start the event. There were 125 competitors from 15 different countries, including Canada, U.S., Australia, Eritrea, Finland, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Macedonia, Malaysia, Romania, Sweden and Switzerland.

Of note, Brodie Seger and Morgan Megarry from the Canadian National Alpine Ski Team competed in the event, as did members of the BC Ski Team and the Alberta Ski Team. Members from the National Ski Academy in Ontario, Red’s Legacy partner, also competed.

The Red Mountain Racers who participated included Patterson, Andison and Gavin Patterson, as well as Scarabosio, Marro and their fellow Red Mountain Ski Academy member Morgan Gash.

 

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