February 23 to March 10, 2021 ribbon Canada Winter Games 2007
Peterson Golden in Women's Slalom
2007, March 9th:

The women's slalom, the final alpine event of the 2007 Canada Winter Games, was dominated by an eastern onslaught of Ontario and Quebec athletes. Krystyn Peterson won the gold, completing the complete set which included her silver and bronze from the previous two races at the games. Krystyn's winning time of 1:46.80 edged out Quebec's Eve Routhier, the silver medalist, with a time of 1:47.35, and Kelly Singer, also from Ontario, who captured the bronze medal in a time of 1:47.77.

Krystyn Peterson (Ontario) has a bright future if she can continue with the success that she enjoyed at the 2007 Canada Winter Games alpine venue at Mount Sima. Krystyn captured three podiums, including a gold, silver and bronze, as one the dominant athletes in the alpine events.

Barber Goes for Gold Again

Ontario's Chris Barber won the gold in the Thursday's men's slalom at Mount Sima with a combined time of 1:37.93. Although Chris Scheele of Alberta won the 2nd run of the day, he could not eclipse Barber's total time and had to settle for a silver, adding to Alberta's total toal for the three days of racing. Mathieu Routhier held off the balance of a very tight field to bring home a bronze medal for Quebec.