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Alpine Canada announces 2021-22 World Cup team

Brodie Seger and Jack Crawford look to build on their fourth place finishes at the World Championships last year
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Whistler Mountain Ski Club's Brodie Seger leads the pack as Alpine Canada announces the team for the 2021/22 season.

With seven skiers making the cut, the Whistler Mountain Ski Club (WMSC) will be well represented on Alpine Canada’s 2021-22 World Cup team.

Leading the pack are last year’s World Championships fourth-place finishers, Brodie Seger and Jack Crawford. With the Olympics right around the corner, both skiers will be looking to build on their breakout seasons in the months ahead.

Also making the cut are WMSC alumni Asher Jordan, Cameron Alexander, Kyle Alexander, Broderick Thompson and Riley Seger.

“We’re extremely excited for all the athletes qualified to represent Alpine Canada this year and for the Games coming up in February,” said high performance director Phil McNichol in a press release. “It’s always a hallmark experience for our sport, our team and our country to highlight ski racing.”

The Canadian Ski Cross team and the Canadian Para Alpine Ski team will both be announced later this fall before the first World Cup races of the season.

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