Sharpe national slopestyle champion

Talented Comox snowboarder wins Canadian crown in Calgary

DARCY SHARPE STANDS tall on the middle step of the podium after winning the Canadian slopestyle championship in Calgary.




Darcy Sharpe from Comox prevailed Sunday at the 2013 edition of the Sport Chek Snow Crown – the Canadian Snowboard Freestyle Championships in Calgary.

Sharpe, who was one of the riders to beat, showed he was on top of his game by putting down the best run of the day, a 96.00. Full results are at Full results at:

Sharpe, who calls Mount Washington his home hill, recently finished 10th at the Burton US Open and earned Rookie of the Year honours. He finished first at this year’s Mount Washington Afterdark Invitational and won the Canadian Shield at Seymour last weekend.


– Canada Snowboard



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