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Canadians NextGen take on the famous Champion mogul course in Deer Valley Resort.

Only a few days after the famous Deer Valley world cup, it was the Canadian moguls NextGen turn to take on the challenging Champion course. First of two US Noram stops, Deer Valley was the second Noram event of the year. The team was composed of 5 skiers (1 woman, 4 men) and coaches Philippe Marquis and Dean Bercovitch. Louis-David Chalifoux kept on his strong momentum from the previous Val Saint-Côme and the Deer Valley world cups to take home silver on the first day of competition while his teammate Daniel Tanner soared to back-to-back 3rd places in the mogul and dual mogul event. On the woman side, Jessica Linton was able to improve her placing run after run to finish guardian of the podium.

Day 1 (MO)

Jessica Linton – 4th

Louis-David Chalifoux – 2nd  

Daniel Tanner – 3rd  

Sam Goodison – 7th

Sam Cordell – 58th

Day 2 (DM)

Jessica Linton – 11th

Daniel Tanner – 3rd  

Louis-David Chalifoux – 5th

Sam Cordell – 13th

Sam Goodison – 18th

“ Closing in on almost 4 weeks on the road, it was a monumental challenge to ski in a tough course in Deer Valley. Coming in, we knew that the course would be physically and mentally demanding (from the previous world cup just days ahead of the Noram). Through the ups and downs, I saw the grit of this team and I think we can go home satisfied as an even tighter unit. I’m looking forward to the second half of the Noram tour.”


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