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Skiing - 07. November 2007.

CANADIANS RACING AS WORLD CUP SLALOM MOVED FROM LEVI TO REITERALM


CALGARY, AB (November 5th, 2007) - Canadians will be racing Saturday and Sunday in Reiteralm, AUT after a FIS decision to move the World Cup Slalom races from Levi, FIN over the weekend.

Brigitte Acton (Mont-Tremblant, QC) and Anna Goodman (Pointe Claire, QC) will be taking part in the Women’s Slalom Nov. 10th.

FIS announced on Sunday that the races were being rescheduled due to poor snow conditions and an unfavourable weather forecast in Levi.

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