Sochi was huge games for TBR and our friends.
Lydia Lasilla backed up her gold from Vancouver with a bronze in the woman’s aerials. Anna Segal overcame serious knee injury to challenge for a medal and achieved a close fourth in the inaugural woman’s slopestyle. Brodie Summers narrowly missed the men’s mogul super final finishing in 13th, .03 of a point off the pace whilst, in the female moguls, one of our great friends Britt Cox pulled out a stellar performance to finish fifth. TBR occasional guest coach Katya Crema also turned up the heat finishing seventh in the woman’s ski cross after narrowly missing an opportunity to compete for a medal in the big final.
TBR would like to send a huge shout out to the coaches, support staff, families and friends who assisted these athletes in achieving their outstanding results, your support is often overlooked but never taken for granted.
We are fortunate as a club to have so many close relationships with such high performance athletes, their coaches and support staff. Ultimately it is our athletes that benefit from this exposure. What better way to achieve success and a sound appreciation for our sport than through direct exposure to those who are currently at the top of the game