The second day of competition for the women's FIS Alpine World Cup visit to Zauchensee, Austria featured a super G race this past Sunday. Britt Janyk continued her excellent performance for the Canadian team. Following up on her 15th in the downhill on Saturday, Janyk turned in her best result of the season by taking ninth. Fellow Canadians Marie-Michele Gagnon and Georgia Simmerling both had decent results on the day as well. Gagnon took 30th, and Simmerling took 35th. The top honors today went to Lara Gut of Switzerland. She edged out Lindsey Vonn of the U.S. who won the downhill on Saturday. Dominique Gisin, also of Switzerland, took the third place spot on the podium. Next up for the women's circuit is a night slalom in Flachau, Austria. Heli skiing BC Canada
Janyk's performance was impressive, especially since she was one of the first racers on the track and so had little information as to the real conditions. Nevertheless, the stayed strong, turning in her first top ten performance since last January.
We're entering the height of winter here in the Northern Hemisphere, no more so than right here in Revelstoke, British Columbia. The amount of snow that has been landing on our tenure here at Mica Heli Guides is approaching epic proportions, and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight.
That's fine with us, and with La Niña still very active, we're expecting even more snowfall. We just had a big storm last week, and this week is forecasted to get some good snow as well. That means the heliskiing
is going to be great. If you've ever thought about exploring the