Roughly halfway through the ski season, Roni Remme leads the NorAm overall standings. In fact, the Canadian leads the standings in every discipline but GS, and she has won nearly 50 percent of the NorAm races she has started in this season. The powers that be saw her speed in December and decided it was time to test her skills at the next level.
The former University of Utah athlete made her World Cup debut in the speed races at Lake Louise, Canada, but didn’t hit her stride until she earned points at the slalom race in Lienz, Austria. That put her on the map.
On this episode of The Inside Line, Gabbi Hall connects with the Canadian athlete as she hops from one World Cup to the next in Europe. And, of course, gets the scoop on some of the latest headlines in the world of alpine skiing.
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