Canadian roundup: Alana Ramsay scores Paralympic super-G bronze
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Alana Ramsay continued Canada’s para alpine success at the Paralympics on Sunday in Pyeongchang, South Korea with a bronze medal in the women’s standing super-G.
Calgary’s Ramsay reached the podium in a time of one minute 35.20 seconds behind France’s Marie Bochet and Germany’s Andrea Rothfuss.
Mollie Jepsen of Whistler, B.C., who earned Canada’s first medal on Day 1 in the downhill event, finished fourth.
Toronto’s Erin Latimer and Mel Pemble of Victoria B.C., finished ninth and 11th, respectively. Montreal’s Frederique Turgeon did not finish.
Canada’s 2016 female para-athlete of the year, Alana Ramsay, credits a two-week camp at the Alberta Children’s hospital for giving her the strength to compete on the world stage today2:13
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