Revelstoke at U18 Nationals

Emily Unterberger and Mitch Smith raced hard against a strong field at the U18 Nationals in Collingwood.

  • Feb. 18, 2014 10:00 a.m.

The Revelstoke Ski Club’s Emily Unterberger (pictured) and Mitch Smith raced hard against a strong field in the U18 National Championships in Collingwood

PHOTO: The Revelstoke Ski Club’s Emily Unterberger (pictured) and Mitch Smith raced hard against a strong field in the U18 National Championships in Collingwood, Ontario this past week. Both athletes posted two top-15 finishes over the four days of competition. Emily was strongest in GS, coming in 9th in one race and 11th in the other. Mitch divides his strengths between the two disciplines, coming in 9th in one slalom race and 12th in one GS.  Congratulations to both Emily and Mitch for their strong showing, and thanks to Coach Gregor Druzina for his support and guidance.

 

 

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