1 7 MCJAMES Megan 1987 USA 1:29.30
2 29 MCCARTY Bryna 1983 USA 1:29.77
3 11 KELLEHER Keely Blair 1984 USA 1:30.00
4 6 CICCONE Caitlin 1985 USA 1:30.22
5 17 ARCHAMBAULT-LEGER Veronique 1986 CAN 1:30.33
6 13 YURKIW Larisa 1988 CAN 1:31.15
7 9 MARSHALL Chelsea 1986 USA 1:31.24
8 15 PREFONTAINE Marie-Pier 1988 CAN 1:31.56
9 21 WOODS Elizabeth 1988 USA 1:32.13
10 4 STAPLES Kiley 1989 USA 1:32.27

11 18 106727 KRAFT Lindsay 1987 CAN 1:32.39
15 12 106733 LEIGHTON Alison 1987 CAN 1:32.88
16 34 106751 ROBSON Danielle 1987 CAN 1:33.15
20 39 105855 SERWA Kelsey 1989 CAN 1:33.47


No other winter sport program can claim such an impressive tally. The Nor-Am Series has been the key stepping stone for Canadian and US athletes as they prepare for World Cup and Olympic competition. Alumni of the Nor-Am have gone on to win 16 gold, 16 silver and 17 bronze medals – a total of 45 Olympic and World Championship medals, making this one of North America's most successful developmental program for winter sports.

Featured competitors in CIBC Coupe Nor-Am Cup events are members of the National Ski Teams of Canada and the United States. The Nor-Am is a proving ground for future champions. They are gaining their first experience with major international competitions. Athletes are competing for a coveted spot on the World Cup. The top two athletes in each discipline will earn the right to start at the World Cup level the following season.

Previous winners at this level include Olympic medallist Kerrin Lee-Gartner, Edi Podivinsky, Cindy Nelson, Tommy Moe and Picabo Street; World Cup medallists Thomas Grandi, Betsy Clifford and Eva Twardokens.