Ski-Doo’s Brodeur Wins Jackson Hole Snocross National Pro Am Women Final On Friday

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All eyes may have been on local favorite Taven Woodie during the Pro Am Women races last weekend at the Jackson Hole Snocross National in Jackson Hole but it was Ski-Doo racer Megan Brodeur who took the win on Friday night.

Woodie, a 15-year-old racer from just up the road in Alpine, WY, had two great rounds of qualifying (a first and a second) and was leading in the final. But a bobble in the bottom corner dropped her way back in the pack and gave Brodeur the chance she needed to take over the lead and win her third consecutive Pro Am Womens final. Brodeur is from Coaticook, Quebec.

Woodie would finish in ninth.

Friday Pro Am Women Results

1. Megan Brodeur                   Ski-Doo

2. Malene Andersen                Arctic Cat

3. Inanna Hauger                    Polaris

4. Tausha Lange                      Polaris

5. Jakki Farmer                        Polaris

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