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Milton freestyle skier, Travis Gerrits, wins gold at nationals

Gerrits is the national champion for the fifth consecutive year

Courtesy of Freestyle Ski Canada.
Left to right: Olivier Rochon, Travis Gerrits, and Felix Cormier-Boucher. Photo courtesy of Canada Freestyle.

Val St. Come, Quebec – March 17, 2017: Milton freestyle ski aerialist, Travis Gerrits, has competed around the world throughout the freestyle ski world cup season, taking part in world cup and championship competitions in the US, China, Belarus, Russia, and Spain. Today, Gerrits was competing on home soil against his Canadian teammates–referring to themselves collectively as the EhTeam. Gerrits went on to win his fifth consecutive competition as Canada’s national champion in men’s aerials. Second place went to Quebec’s, Felix Cormier-Boucher and third place to Olivier Rochon, also of Quebec.

Gerrits competed in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. Read more about Travis Gerrits here.

Travis Gerrits at the Lake Placid FIS World Cup in January 2017.