Lake Louise World Cup Men’s Super G 2019

Fast and furious is an understatement. The men racing at the Lake Louise World Cup Super-G hit speeds faster than the speed limit on Canadian highways. It’s a challenge to get photos of them, especially when they suddenly appear over a hill, but it is also great fun and a good way to hone photography skills. Here are a few photos from the race at Lake Louise ski resort on Sunday, December 1, 2019. All photos by Pam Doyle.

Mayer Muscle
Matthias Mayer from Austria screeches around Claire’s Corner to win First Place in the Men’s Super-G ski race at the Lake Louise World Cup on Sunday, December 1, 2019. photo by Pam Doyle/www.pamdoylephoto.com

Canadian Brodie Seger lands the last jump in the Men’s Super-G ski race to place 16th and Best Canadian at the Lake Louise World Cup on Sunday, December 1, 2019. photo by Pam Doyle/www.pamdoylephoto.com

Canadian Jeffrey Read from Canmore tears through the last corner in the Men’s Super-G ski race at the Lake Louise World Cup on Sunday, December 1, 2019. photo by Pam Doyle/www.pamdoylephoto.com

Canadian Brodie Seger waves to his fans at the Men’s Super-G ski race. Seger placed 16th to be awarded as the Best Canadian at the Lake Louise World Cup on Sunday, December 1, 2019. photo by Pam Doyle/www.pamdoylephoto.com

Canadian Sam Mulligan talk to his coach on the Men’s Super-G ski race course at the Lake Louise World Cup on Sunday, December 1, 2019. Mulligan crashed at the corner he is standing at during the Men’s Downhill on Saturday. photo by Pam Doyle/www.pamdoylephoto.com

Vincent Kriechmayr tied for third.
photo by Pam Doyle

The winners of the Men’s Super-G ski race are from left Dominik Paris from Italy in 2nd, Matthias Mayer from Austria in 1st and tied for 3rd are Mauro Caviez from Switzerland and Vincent Kriechmayr from Austria, at the Lake Louise World Cup on Sunday, December 1, 2019. photo by Pam Doyle/www.pamdoylephoto.com

Lake Louise Ski Shadows by Pam Doyle

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