Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canada's Beaulieu-Marchand Wins Slopestyle Bronze at World Cup in Quebec City

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canada's Beaulieu-Marchand Wins Slopestyle Bronze at World Cup in Quebec City

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Beaulieu-Marchand wins slopestyle bronze

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QUEBEC - Canada's Alex Beaulieu-Marchand won bronze in men's skiing slopestyle at a World Cup event in his hometown of Quebec City on Sunday afternoon.

Switzerland's Andri Ragettli took gold with 94.60 points, Britain's James Woods (93.80) won silver and Beaulieu-Marchand (93.40) was third.

"It always feels good to get rewarded for your efforts," said Beaulieu-Marchand. "I was already super happy when I landed my run because that's what I can control. I was happy that Iwas able to put it down and the fact that the judges gave me some good scores, that was just a bonus."

Evan McEachran (84.60) of Oakville, Ont., finished eighth, Alex Bellemare (82.80) of St-Boniface, Que., was 10th, Teal Harle (78.00) of Campbell River, B.C., placed 12th.

Calgary's Mark Hendrickson was 16th, Matthew Wilcox (76. …

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