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Fernie freestylers attend Winter Games

From left: Jake Marchi, Aspyn Ciupa, Coach Luke Juergensen, Levi Wright, and Graham Bradish competed in both moguls and slopestyle competitions at the B.C. Winter Games in Hemlock Valley.  - Submitted
From left: Jake Marchi, Aspyn Ciupa, Coach Luke Juergensen, Levi Wright, and Graham Bradish competed in both moguls and slopestyle competitions at the B.C. Winter Games in Hemlock Valley.
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Four athletes from the Fernie Freestyle Ski Team attended the B.C. Winter Games February 20 to 23. Jake Marchi, Aspyn Ciupa, Coach Luke Juergensen, Levi Wright, and Graham Bradish competed in both moguls and slopestyle competitions at Hemlock Valley.

Marchi placed third in the seniors category in moguls. Bradish placed fourth in slopestyle and fifth in moguls in the junior category, Wright placed sixth in both junior moguls and slopestyle and Ciupa placed top 10 in junior girls in both events. The team was financially supported by the Emily Brydon Foundation and Resorts of the Canadian Rockies’ Summit Fund.

 

 

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