Janyk makes history at Lake Louise 

Bronze medal in downhill, ninth is SG for Whistler skier

click to enlarge Air Canada Britt Janyk soars her way to a World Cup bronze in the women's downhill at Lake Louise this past Saturday, making personal and team history in the process. Photo by Alpine Canada/Pentaphoto.
  • Air Canada Britt Janyk soars her way to a World Cup bronze in the women's downhill at Lake Louise this past Saturday, making personal and team history in the process. Photo by Alpine Canada/Pentaphoto.

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In the Super Combined event, which includes a run of the super G course and GS course, the top Canadian was Paul Stutz in 17 th .

The win went to Daniel Albrecht of Switzerland, followed by Jean-Baptiste Grange of France, and Ondrej Bank of Czech Republic.

This weekend the women’s team is heading to Aspen for downhill, slalom and super G races. The men will head to Austria for a slalom and giant slalom at Bad Kleinkirchheim.

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