Australia takes podium for standing men's giant slalom on second day of 2012 IPC NorAm Cup

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Tuesday, Australian para-alpine skiers Toby Kane, Mitchell Gourley, and Cameron Rahles Rahbula took the podium for the standing men's giant slalom event on the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup at Copper Mountain.

Mitchell Gourley finished with a combined total time of 1:58.99, Toby Kane finished with a combined total time of 1:59.00, and Cameron Rahles Rahbula finished with a combined total time of 2:00.51. Visually impaired skier Jonathan Walsh and his guide Jonathan Wong also took to the podium for the standing men's giant slalom visually impaired event, with a combined total time of 2:15.64.

Australian skiers were back on the slopes again yesterday.


Paralympic Alpine Skiers Toby Kane, Mitchell Gourley, and Cameron Rahles Rahbula on the podium
Image: Bidgee.
Cameron Rahles Rahbula competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.
Cameron Rahles Rahbula competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.
Mitchell Gourley competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.
Mitchell Gourley competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.
Toby Kane competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.
Jonathan Walsh and guide, Jonathan Wong, on the podium for standing men's giant slalom visually impaired.
Image: Bidgee.



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