Nova Scotia Snowboard is proud to share the news that Liam Moffat has officially been named to the 2021/2022 Canadian National Speed Snowboarding Team!
Canada Snowboard, in accordance with its 2021/2022 Speed disciplines individual selection protocols, is pleased to announce the 2021/2022 Canadian National Speed Snowboarding Team. Consisting of Snowboardcross, Alpine, and Para Snowboard, 13 women and 16 men will represent Canada across the National and NextGen Teams.
The Canadian Speed teams focused on career development while also attending major events over the past season. With this said individual riders still excelled at major events with Tyler Turner and Eliot Grondin with World Cup podiums and Liam Moffat, Kevin Hill, Zoe Bergerman, Audrey McManiman, Arnaud Gaudet, and Megan Farrell with top 10 finishes at World Cup events.
2020/21 World Championships and 2020/21 World Junior Championships took place this season and the Canadian Speed teams showed up. Eliot Grondin placed 3rd at 2020/21 World Championships and 1st at World Junior Championships, Arnaud Gaudet placed 3rd in PGS at 2020/21 World Junior Championships, and Kaylie Buck placed 3rd in PSL at 2020/21 World Junior Championships.
Canada had a strong year of progression and showing its dominance in snowboarding. This year’s team selections include…
Liam Moffat, Audrey McManiman, and Tyler Turner’s results over the season have progressed them to the National Team. Lisa Dejong has shown great dedication and progression since joining the NextGen Para team and has moved to the National Team, she shows real potential for 2022. Colby Graham’s results over the season and dedication has shown his potential and will be joining the Snowboardcross NextGen team.
Snowboardcross National Team
Eliot Grondin (Ste. Marie, QC)
Kevin Hill (Vernon, BC)
Liam Moffatt (Truro, NS)
Meryeta O’Dine (Prince George, BC)
Zoe Bergermann (Erin, ON)
Tess Critchlow (Big White, BC)
Audrey McManiman (Quebec, QC)
The Snowboardcross National Team is a fully supported, year-round program including a daily training environment that is focused on performance at the World Cup level (including Senior World Championships and Olympic Winter Games). Athletes selected to the Snowboardcross NextGen Program will be invited to National Team training camps as training partners when appropriate for their individual training and competition plans. NextGen athletes will continue to be coached and supported by their Provincial Club/Personal Coaches.
To best support Liam please visit www.liamislocal.ca for more information.