Former students, Daichi Hara (Ski Moguls) and Masaki Shiba (Alpine Snowboard) Road to Beijing Olympic!
Daichi Hara, who was part of the Junior Athlete Program, the High School Program, spent four years and a half at CSBA and Whistler Secondary School and based his training in Whistler and Masaki Shiba who was in the Snowboard Athlete program for one year and afterwards competed as a member of the national team in the World Cup, Both of them has a chance to go to Beijing Olympic.
Daichi Hara won the first medal for Japan in the PyeongChang Olympics and this was the first time Japan got a place on the podium for Men's Mogul. Masaki Shiba became in fifth place in his second run, showing a wonderful run. The two are starting to work towards the Beijing Olympics. Looking forward to both Daichi and Masaki in four years time!
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