The Whistler Mountain Ski Club wrapped up the 2003-04 season last weekend with the annual Awards and Coaches Appreciation Night.
Its been a long season for the athletes, with training sessions and contests in Europe and across Canada and B.C. It was also a successful season, with many athletes finishing on top.
The evening started with the athlete awards, acknowledging outstanding performances as well as the most improved athletes at each level, and the most sportsmanlike.
The coaches were also celebrated for all of their hard work. FIS coach Igor Dostal announced his retirement after eight great years with the WMSC and B.C. Ski Team, and will move on to other interests.
Sead Causevic, Rob Boyd and Jordan Williams, the head coaches for the K1, K2 and FIS programs respectively were also acknowledged for their hard work.
FIS Skiers (Age 15 and Up)
Top Skier, Men Chris Colpitts
Top Skier, Women Charlotte Whitney
Most Improved, Men Sven Winter
Most Improved, Women Paige Avery
Sportsmanship Award Stanislas Rey
K2 Skiers (Age 13-14)
Top Skier, Men Daniel Penn
Top Skier, Women Jennifer Mah
Most Improved, Men Ben Podborski
Most Improved, Women Abbie Cameron
Sportsmanship Award Brooke Milne
K1 Skiers (Age 11-12)
Top Skier, Men Ian Morrison
Top Skier, Women Brynne Benbow
Most Improved, Men Michael Cadman
Most Improved, Women Brian Darlington
Sportsmanship Award Nancy Bayly
Special Awards and Bursaries
Crash of the Year Alix Browne-Munz
Volunteer of the Year Irene Whitney
Joel Ashton Award Deborah Bayliss
Dave Murray Bursary Darren Chaddock
Jordan Schick Bursary Anastasia Skryabina
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