UPDATE: Results in from Revelstoke’s Banked Slalom event this weekend

It’s a busy weekend at Revelstoke Mountain Resort with the fresh snow and racing event. In the last seven days, the resort has received almost 50 cm. So far, roughly 750 cm has fallen this season. Due to all the fresh snow, the event started a couple hours late as the course had to be dug out.

Banked slalom is both Saturday and Sunday. Competitors were allowed one timed run each day, with the fastest time counting towards end results. The prize pool included cash, products, and a day of heliboarding.

Results:

Women’s Open

Kiana W. Putman 2:22.92

Ciara Michaluk 2:25.26

Oshi Hampson 2:25.92

Elysha Piller 2:28.80

Zoe H. Purvis 2:37.71

Women’s Masters

Patricia L. Stiles 4:04.26

Paulina Vanin 5:20.73

Men’s Open

Scott Reynolds 2:09.02

Alexis Morin 2:10.31

Lucas Everett 2:10.87

Tallon J. Stang 2:11.38

Landri Tournier 2:12.31

Men’s Master

Carl C. Cowtan 2:14.81

Troy Mayhey 2:19.92

Clay Carroll 2:20.04

Dustin Ferris 2:22.11

Brian Bozack 2:22.24

Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)
Today and tomorrow there is a banked slalom event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The course uses the natural terrain in Tasty Glades combined with sculpted snowbanks. Corners are tight and fast! There are more than 100 competitors. (Liam Harrap/Revelstoke Review)

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