BC Athletes Lead Canadian para-alpine team for Sochi

Five British Columbia athletes, four of which are BC Adaptive Snowsports alumni, lead the mix of veterans and young guns nominated to Canada's para-alpine team for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. Caleb Brousseau (Terrace - BCAS Alumni), Josh Dueck (Kimberley - BCAS Alumni), Matt Hallet (Coquitlam - BCAS Alumni), Kimberly Joines (Rossland) and Braydon Luscombe (Duncan - BCAS Aumni) are among thirteen of the nation's best para-alpine skiers who will compete in Sochi. The diverse team roster is a strong combination of accomplished veterans and a talent pool of up-and-comers. Collectively the group has racked up nearly 200 World Cup podium finishes and won 14 medals at the 2013 world championships. VIEW PRESS RELEASE