Maxime Dufour-Lapointe announces retirement from Canadian women's moguls team
Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, the eldest of three freestyle skiing sisters, has announced her retirement from the Canadian moguls team. The 29-year-old from Montreal competed in the 2014 Winter Olympics, three world championships and 104 World Cups during a decade representing Canada.
Canada's Cassie Sharpe's halfpipe gold gives her overall World Cup championship
It was a Canadian sweep atop the podium at the final halfpipe ski World Cup event of the season, with Cassie Sharpe winning the women's competition and Noah Bowman winning the men's event on Thursday.
Mikael Kingsbury ends World Cup moguls season with gold medal, Crystal Globes
Canadian Olympic champion Mikael Kingsbury finished on the top of the podium in his final World Cup event of the 2017-18 season, wrapping up the season with a gold medal, as well as two Crystal Globes as overall moguls champion as well as top freestyle skier across all disciplines.
Canadian ski cross team earns top honours after successful World Cup season
The World Cup ski cross season ended with a cancelled race on Saturday in Are, Sweden, but Canada will come away with some impressive overall results in 2017-18, including the Nations Cup for top overall team.
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Canada's Yuki Tsubota captures World Cup slopestyle bronze