Mel Pemble, a para-alpine skier with Alpine Canada, graduated from CSS Victoria in 2018
Canada’s para alpine ski team captured three more medals — one silver, and two bronze — on Thursday, the final day of racing at the IPC world para alpine championships in Sella Nevea, Italy.
Frédérique Turgeon, 19-year-old from Montreal, won bronze in the women’s standing super-G event and then followed that up with another bronze medal in the women’s standing super combined event.
Also on Thursday, Calgary’s Kurt Oatway earned his second silver medal at this year’s worlds in the super-G, one day after skiing to silver in the downhill. Oatway finished fourth in the super combined.
Rounding out the Canadian results for Thursday’s races were Mel Pemble of Victoria, B.C., who clocked in with the fourth-fastest time in the super-G and finished fifth in the super-combined.
On the men’s side, Braydon Luscombe of Duncan, B.C. – who was 12th in the super-G — was unable to complete his slalom run, while Alexis Guimond of Gatineau, Que. and Alex Cairns of Squamish, B.C. each recorded a DNF in the super-G.
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