BRITISH COLUMBIA
03/23/2014 07:41 EDT | Updated 05/23/2014 05:59 EDT

Irwin wins super-G title at Canadian championships a week after taking Nor-Am Cup

WHISTLER, B.C. - Madison Irwin capped a superb comeback season Sunday when she won the national super-G title at the Canadian alpine skiing championships just a week after claiming the overall Nor-Am Cup crown.

The 22-year-old from Toronto, who spent last season on the sidelines due to injury, showed she's back to her best by claiming her first national title and her third Canadian Championships podium. She has now guaranteed World Cup spots in all disciplines thanks to her Nor-Am title.

"I was looking for a national title. It's very cool to have one — it gives you some bragging rights," said Irwin, who clocked a time of one minute, 13.69 seconds. "The course was there to be attacked. Nobody really took off but it was a sunny day, great conditions, and I went after it."

Candace Crawford, from Collingwood, Ont., finished second Sunday, while Montreal's Adrienne Poitras was third.