Canadian alpine skiing ladies' giant slalom

2020-02-27 23:32

She capped off the season winning Female Athlete of the Year at the Audi 2018 Canadian Ski Racing Awards and the Canadian National Championship slalom title. Valrie Grenier (MontTremblant, Que. ) competed in her first Olympic Games, starting in giant slalom, superG, downhill and alpine combined.Mar 08, 2018 After already winning the Alpine Skiing Giant Slalom in Sochi 2014, she could repeat her success in PyeongChang and claimed her 2nd Olympic gold medal. Canadian Women's National Alpine Skiing canadian alpine skiing ladies' giant slalom

Giant slalom (GS) is an alpine skiing and alpine snowboarding discipline. It involves skiing between sets of poles (gates) spaced at a greater distance from each other than in slalom but less than in SuperG. Giant slalom and slalom make up the technical events in alpine ski racing. This category separates them from the speed events of SuperG and downhill.

Alpine Snowboard Home News& Multimedia Calendar& Results Alpine Skiing Freestyle Freeski Snowboard Speed Skiing Grass Skiing Mariya Grigorova of Kazakhstan competes during the Alpine Skiing Ladies' Giant Slalom on Day 6 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at Yongpyong Alpine Centre on February 15, 2018 in Pyeongchanggun, Republic of Korea.canadian alpine skiing ladies' giant slalom Alpine skiing is an Olympic sport, contested at the Winter Olympic Games. The first Winter Olympics, held in 1924, included nordic skiing, but the first alpine skiing events were not held until 1936 in Germany. A combined event was held for both men and women in 1936.