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Canada Cup Series Presented By Toyo Tires

The Canada Cup Series presented by Toyo Tires is Freestyle Canada’s national competition circuit. It was created to support a competitive and sustainable domestic tour where freestyle athletes from across Canada can develop their competitive skills in all of our disciplines; Moguls, Aerials Slopestyle and Halfpipe. It is designed primarily for athletes in the Train-to-Train (T2T) and Learn & Train to Compete (L2C/T2C) in the Can Freestyle Long Term Athlete Development system.

As an added incentive for Canada Cup competitors, Freestyle Canada and Toyo Tires is excited to launch the Toyo Cup, a special competition that will unite freestyle skiers of all disciplines and skill levels.

Freestyle Canada has developed a specific ranking system for the Toyo Cup, which will determine the most consistent performer overall, across all of our disciplines, in the Canada Cup Series (see ranking criteria). At the end of the season, the Toyo Cup, along with a $1500 education bursary will be awarded to the top male and female freeski and freestyle skiers that finish with the highest point totals overall. 

Toyo Freestyle Cup prizes for 2019-2020:
  • 1st: 1500 for men and women

  • 2nd: 1000 for men and women

  • 3rd: 500 for men and women
Toyo Freeski Cup prizes for 2019-2020:
  • 1st: 1500 for men and women

  • 2nd: 1000 for men and women

  • 3rd: 500 for men and women

 

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Canada Cup Standings

Mens

Womens

Aerials

# Athlete Pts
1 Evan Dermott 1850
2 Emile Nadeau 1600
3 Alexandre Duchaine 1350
4 Victor Primeau 1200
5 Pierre-olivier Cote 900
6 Anthony Noel 800
7 thomas Gauthier-renaud 650
8 mavrick sauve 500
9 Louis Aumond 450
10 tommy Larochelle 400
11 Jeremy Sauvageau 350
12 alex Mysko 300
13 Maximus Gryspeerdt 200
14 Jean-Nicolas Lapointe 150
15 WIlliam Gagnon-Desharnais 125
16 elliot beauregard 100
17 Jack Sadler 25
18 Sameer Vo-Halley 20
19 Darren Mcmanus 15
20 Sayer Day 10
21 will Deakin 10

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Moguls

# Athlete Pts
1 Julien Viel 1700
2 Olivier Lessard 1300
3 Louis-David Chalifoux 1070
4 Charles Beaulieu 815
5 Xavier Drouin 625
6 Mathis Bouchard 575
7 Benoit Gilbert 505
8 Koleton Phipps 450
9 Dylan Van Der Merwe 405
10 Mats Desautels 400
11 Charles-Olivier Thivierge 380
12 Frederic Boucher 350
13 louis paradis 285
14 Benjamin Nadon 265
15 Christian Frechette 200
16 Zachary Boudreault 200
17 George Bobyn 150
18 Lewis Rice 125
19 Alex Mysko 120
20 Marc Tanner 100
21 Joshua Maga 100
22 Sam Cordell 75
23 Reece Miller-Clarke 45
24 Felix Bertrand 16
25 samuel goodison 10
26 Massimo Bellucci 10
27 Cedric St-onge 10
28 Mavrick Sauve 1

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Slopestyle

# Athlete Pts
1 Simon Angers 1500
2 Brayden Willmontt 1370
3 Kai Martin 1100
4 chase ujejski 1000
5 Zachary Fillier 900
6 Mathieu Dufresne 825
7 Emile Boutet 770
8 Jesse Gross 700
9 Kai Smart 700
10 jaden sandgathe 675
11 Cole Isfan 670
12 Charles-Antoine Brousseau 610
13 spencer Maclean 600
14 Antoine Poirier 560
15 Jeremy Gagne 500
16 leif wilson 500
17 Luca Natale 400
18 Dylan Deschamps 300
19 Lucas Butland 300
20 Tommy Pasieka 200
21 joshua podulsky 175
22 mitchell steven 125
23 Brock Hawes 100
24 conner langguth 75
25 Jacob Sandstrom 50
26 Julien Baril 25
27 xander Cayer 15
28 alex urquhart 15
29 Ethan Arcand 15
30 will deakin 10

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Halfpipe

# Athlete Pts
1 steven kahnert 250
2 joshua podulski 15
3 Julien Baril 10

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Toyo Cup Standings

Mens

Womens

# Athlete Discipline Pts
1 Simon Angers Slopestyle 2250
2 Miha Fontaine Aerials 2000
3 Julien Viel Moguls 1950
4 Brayden Willmontt Slopestyle 1850
5 Evan Dermott Aerials 1850
6 Marc-Antoine, Gagnon Aerials 1650
7 Jordan Kober Moguls 1600
8 Emile Nadeau Aerials 1600
9 Kai Martin Slopestyle 1600
10 chase ujejski Slopestyle 1500
11 Zachary Fillier Slopestyle 1400
12 Olivier Lessard Moguls 1400
13 Ryan Portello Moguls 1400
14 Alexandre Lavoie Moguls 1400
15 Alexandre Duchaine Aerials 1350
16 Charles Beaulieu Moguls 1300
17 Victor Primeau Aerials 1200
18 Mathis Bouchard Moguls 1200
19 Louis-David Chalifoux Moguls 1150
20 Xavier Drouin Moguls 1150
21 Zachary Boudreault Moguls 1150
22 Brayden Kuroda Moguls 1100
23 spencer Maclean Slopestyle 1100
24 Emile Boutet Slopestyle 1000
25 Mathieu Dufresne Slopestyle 1000
26 Nicolas Martineau Aerials 950
27 Kai Smart Slopestyle 950
28 Dylan Marineau Slopestyle 950
29 jaden sandgathe Slopestyle 900
30 Tommy Doyle Aerials 900
31 Cole Isfan Slopestyle 900
32 andrew longino Slopestyle 850
33 Charles-Antoine Brousseau Slopestyle 850
34 peter Verheyde Slopestyle 800
35 Frederic Boucher Moguls 800
36 Lewis Rice Moguls 800
37 Anthony Noel Aerials 800
38 Antoine Poirier Slopestyle 800
39 Pierre-olivier Cote Aerials 750
40 Jeremy Gagne Slopestyle 750
41 leif wilson Slopestyle 750
42 Benoit Gilbert Moguls 750
43 Jesse Gross Slopestyle 700
44 samuel goodison Moguls 650
45 thomas Gauthier-renaud Aerials 650
46 Luca Natale Slopestyle 650
47 Dylan Van Der Merwe Moguls 650
48 Charles-Olivier Thivierge Moguls 600
49 Mats Desautels Moguls 600
50 Dylan Deschamps Slopestyle 550
51 Lucas Butland Slopestyle 550
52 Alexis Gadbois Moguls 550
53 Koleton Phipps Moguls 500
54 Quinn Dawson Moguls 500
55 louis paradis Moguls 500
56 Alex Mysko Moguls 500
57 Mavrick Sauve Moguls 500
58 Tommy Pasieka Slopestyle 450
59 Benjamin Nadon Moguls 400
60 Louis Aumond Aerials 400
61 Daniel Tanner Moguls 350
62 joshua podulsky Slopestyle 350
63 mitchell steven Slopestyle 350
64 Brock Hawes Slopestyle 350
65 tommy Larochelle Aerials 300
66 Christian Frechette Moguls 300
67 George Bobyn Moguls 300
68 Marc Tanner Moguls 250
69 Joshua Maga Moguls 250
70 Jeremy Sauvageau Aerials 200
71 Reece Miller-Clarke Moguls 100
72 Maellie Plante Moguls 100

2018/19 Toyo Cup Winners

Skye Clarke

Elyssa Willmott

Josephine Howell

Kaylee Koehler

Edouard Therriault

Dylan Deschamps

Miha Fontaine

Brayden Willmott

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