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Glenwood’s Lundin 9th in Whistler Cup super-G

Post Independent staff report
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Travis Lundin

Glenwood Springs ski racer Travis Lundin took ninth in Friday’s super-G race at the Whistler Cup in British Columbia.

Lundin, a freshman at Glenwood Springs High School, clocked a time of 1 minute, 6.74 seconds.

Dean Travers, Lundin’s Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club teammate, won Friday’s race, which was held at Whistler Mountain. Travers is representing the Cayman Islands at the international event.

Carbondale’s Danielle Brownell-Patty won Friday’s women’s super-G race with a time of 1:05.88, edging out Canada’s Roni Remme (1:06.14).

Lundin, Brownell-Patty and Carbondale’s Colby Lane are representing the United States at the Whistler Cup, which features some 450 of the world’s top young ski racers.

On the schedule for today are a women’s giant slalom and a men’s slalom race.

The Whistler Cup concludes with a men’s giant slalom and women’s slalom race on Sunday.

The Whistler Cup has a track record of showcasing future stars. Former participants include Lindsey Vonn, Julia Mancuso, Andrew Weibrecht and Steven Nyman.

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