Canada Snowboard has announce the 2021/2022 Canadian National Park and Pipe Snowboarding Team and Gravenhurst’s Liam Brearley has made the cut.
Consisting of Slopestyle, Big Air, and Halfpipe, 7 women and 13 men will represent Canada across the National, and NextGen teams.
The 2021/22 Canadian Park and Pipe teams will focus on attending the World Cup events in hopes of securing Olympic Quota and qualifying to attend the Beijing Olympics. The National Teams will also attend Elite level WSPL events to compete against the world’s best on the biggest stages.
The NextGen team showed up this past season on the International stage, Liam Brearley alone achieved 2nd at the World Cup in Silvaplana. His dominance and consistency at World Cup events and hard work over the season have led him to progress onto the National Team.
The National team will now set their sights on Olympic Qualification attending the FIS World Cups and World Championships along with Elite tour events.
Slopestyle National Team:
Mark McMorris (Regina, SK)
Sebastien Toutant (Montreal, QC)
Max Parrot (Bromont, QC)
Darcy Sharpe (Comox, BC)
Francis Jobin (Lac Beauport, QC)
Liam Brearley (Gravenhurst, ON)
Brooke Voigt (Fort McMurray, AB)
Laurie Blouin (Stoneham, QC)
Jasmine Baird (Georgetown, ON)
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