Maggie Crompton (Whistler) won a silver medal at Canada Olympic Park in snowboard half pipe. It's an event she doesn't usually compete in.
"I just wanted to have fun," said Crompton. "This is not something I usually compete in but I may try competing much more in the future. This event has been so much more than I thought it would be. I have met so may competitors from all the other provinces. And the volunteers? They're the bomb dot com."
Jadyn Chomlack (Pemberton) won a bronze medal Thursday in slopestyle and followed that up with a bronze medal in half pipe.
"This is my first half pipe event so I went into it with low expectations," said Chomlack. "It's really fun to do. I think I'll focus on slopestyle. I mean I focused on it but I didn't take it to seriously. Maybe that was the key."
Next up for the athletes is the Western Championships which will be right back in Calgary and Canada Olympic Park.
Juliette France Pelchat (Whistler) 61.4 = 4th
Maggie Crompton (Whistler) 77.0 = 2nd
Reese Tarasoff (West Kelowna) 38.0 = 8th
Brianna Belisle (Smithers) 18.8 = 12th
Jadyn Chomlack (Pemberton) 75.6 = 3rd
Finn Finestone (Whistler) 60.8 = 6th
Truth Smith (Whistler) 36.0 = 13th
Daniel Loban (Lake Country) 23.6 = 16th
Jacob Walper (Invermere) 22.8 = 17th