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December 13, 2012

Twelve countries compete on the second day of the 2012 Nor-Am Cup

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Tuesday, para-alpine skiers from twelve countries competed on the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup at Copper Mountain.

106 competitors, 29 women and 77 men, from countries such as Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Great Britain, Iceland, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, Turkey, and the United States competed in the Super G on the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup. Of those 106 competitors, five did not start, at least two did not qualify, and at least twenty five did not finish.

Para-alpine skiers were back on the slopes again yesterday.

Lincoln Budge from Australia, competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.

Takanori Yokosawa from Japan, competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.

Andrew Earl Kurka from the United States, competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.

Corey Peters from New Zealand, competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.

Ben Thompson from Canada, competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.

Erna Friðriksdóttir from Iceland, competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.

John Kick from Great Britain, competing in the Super G during the second day of the IPC Nor-Am Cup
Image: Bidgee.



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