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Huckaby Wins; Elliott and Gabel on the Podium in Big White

By Ryan Odeja
March, 24 2024
Brenna Huckaby in the start gate in Big White, Canada
Brenna Huckaby in the start gate in Big White, Canada. (Andrew Jay).

Another day, another slew of podiums for the unstoppable U.S. Para Snowboard Team, including Brenna Huckaby’s fifth win of the season.  

The conditions could not have been better for racing in Big White, British Columbia, Canada. The snow was crisp and clean, the sky was clear, and the temperature hovered around 26 degrees Fahrenheit, a stark contrast from yesterday’s snowy weather.  

Brenna Huckaby faced a tough final but came out victorious for the fifth time this season, her second podium in two days. Courtney Godfrey improved on her result from yesterday, finishing sixth followed by Dennae Russell in seventh in the women’s LL-1/LL-2 classification. 

On the men’s side, Noah Elliott led the way for the U.S. once again, finishing second in the LL-1 event. This is his fifth podium of the season. Colby Fields of Adaptive Action Sports finished sixth in the men’s UL class, moving up from his 10th place finish yesterday. 

Keith Gabel went two for two on the weekend, finishing third again in the men’s LL-2 event, his 61st career World Cup podium. Evan Strong won the small final to finish fifth overall, followed by Zach Miller in seventh and Joe Pleban in ninth.