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Member of National Development Team

Alpine Canada Alpin


Craigleith Ski Club


Craigleith Ski Club/National Ski Academy


National Development Team Member


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Megan Ryley takes Slalom gold at Northwest Mutual Funds Nor-Am Cup

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Print Home > News > Megan Ryley takes Slalom gold at Northwest Mutual Funds Nor-Am CupNewsJanuary 5, 2007Megan Ryley takes Slalom gold at Northwest Mutual Funds Nor-Am CupRyley and Rubens 1-2 for Canada in Mont-Ste-AnneMONT-STE-ANNE, Que. (January 5th, 2007) - Megan Ryley (Toronto, ON) and Shona Rubens (Canmore, AB) battled steady rain to finish 1-2 Friday in the women's Slalom at a Northwest Mutual Funds Nor-Am Cup event in Mont-Ste-Anne.Ryley, a member of Canada's national development team, clocked a two-run combined time of one minute and 50.06 seconds with Rubens second in 1:50.41 and Kiley Staples of the U.S. third in 1:50.59."The first run I felt pretty good and the course was nicely set for the conditions," said Ryley, 20, savoring her first career Nor-Am win.Last month at the Pontiac GMC Cup event in Nakiska, Alta., Ryley won gold and silver in the slalom races."My training in slalom has been good all year," Ryley said.1. Megan Ryley, Toronto, 1:50.06; 2.


News Archive | Canadian Sport News Online | CanadianSport.ca

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Megan Ryley - Craigleith Ski Club, ON (Toronto, ON)


Alpine Ontario - Raceline

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Other notable performances from last week include Meg Ryley (Toronto), David Duncan (London), Johnny Davidson, (Ottawa) and former Canadian National Team member, Luke Sauder (Cambridge) who scored two medals at Pontiac GMC Cup downhill races. Ryley was the surprise contender this week as she placed twice in the top ten at the Pontiac GMC Cup.Ryley earned a bronze medal on January 31 with an outstanding downhill race which left her trailing only Acton and Quebec's Grace Kelly. - Meg Ryley (Craigleith Ski Club/National Ski Academy) - Click Here For Details


Torontonian Megan Ryley takes gold in Pontiac GMC Cup Women's Slalom

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Megan Ryley of Toronto put a golden polish on a tough start to her 2006-2007 season on Monday with a victory in the women's slalom to conclude the first stop on the Pontiac GMC Cup alpine skiing circuit.Monday, December 18, 2006NAKISKA, AB Megan Ryley of Toronto put a golden polish on a tough start to her 2006-2007 season on Monday with a victory in the women's slalom to conclude the first stop on the Pontiac GMC Cup alpine skiing circuit. Ryley, 20, clocked a two-run time of one minute and 46.83 seconds for her first medal this season in 11 races."It feels good to get that win, especially before the Christmas break," said Ryley, a national development team member.


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MONT-STE-ANNE, Que. (January 5TH, 2007) - Megan Ryley (Toronto, ON) and Shona Rubens (Canmore, AB) battled steady rain to finish 1-2 Friday in the women's Slalom at a Northwest Mutual Funds Nor-Am Cup event in Mont-Ste-Anne.Ryley, a member of Canada's national development team, clocked a two-run combined time of one minute and 50.06 seconds with Rubens second in 1:50.41 and Kiley Staples of the U.S. third in 1:50.59."The first run I felt pretty good and the course was nicely set for the conditions," said Ryley, 20, savoring her first career Nor-Am win.Last month at the Pontiac GMC Cup event in Nakiska, Alta., Ryley won gold and silver in the slalom races."My training in slalom has been good all year," Ryley said.1. Megan Ryley, Toronto, 1:50.06; 2.


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