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Approaching the three-year anniversary of Sarah Burke's death following a halfpipe training accident, athletes say they are still inspired by the pioneering Canadian freestyle skier's memory.
Freestyle skiing pioneer Sarah Burke, who died after a training accident in 2012, is one of eight new members of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
The Ontario government is honouring the late Sarah Burke by dedicating a highway to the freestyle skiing pioneer.
The ashes of Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke were spread in the Olympic halfpipe, high on a mountain above it and also near the Olympic rings in the athletes' village.
The late freestyle skier Sarah Burke will be honoured Saturday as part of this year’s National Flag of Canada Day.
The husband of former freestyle skiing star Sarah Burke has helped start a charitable foundation in her name.