Alix Wells did not get to finish her slalom race Sunday at the Whistler Cup.
But if she had, chances are there wouldn't be many of the world's top racers crossing the line ahead of her.
Wells went into Sunday's race armed with two top-10 finishes the previous two days at the season-ending alpine event, which included 390 racers from 21 countries.
The 14-year-old Prince George Alpine Ski Racers team member was seventh out of 95 racers in Friday's K2 (13- and 14-year-old) super-G in 1:09.88, 1.66 seconds off the winning pace set by Emma King of Whistler (1:08:22).
Then in Saturday's giant slalom, Wells was eighth in 1:49.30. Mikaela Shiffrin of the U.S. won the GS in 1:44.77.
Wells did finish her first slalom run Sunday, an event won by Anna Poglitsch of Austria.
Three other Prince George team skiers competed at Whistler Cup, all in K1 (11- and 12-year-old) races.
Tiana Gairns placed 37th in Sunday's K1 girls slalom in 1:27.67, while Evian Miller was 51st (1:37.17). Mio Arai of Japan set the pace in 1:13.50. In the boys K1 giant slalom Sunday, Riley Martin of Prince George was 70th in 1:08.06. Filip Forejtek of the Czech Republic captured gold in 56.95 seconds.
Gairns was 57th (1:17.82) In the K1 GS on Saturday, while Miller was 61st (1:19.32). Elisa Fornari of Italy won in 1:03.95.
On Friday, Martin was 51st out of 89 racers in K1 slalom on Saturday (1:23.39). Alex Scott of Austria (1:10.23) edged Jeffery Read of Banff (1:10.29) for first place.
In the K1 boys kombi (a single race that combines the elements of GS and slalom), Martin was 67th (46.85). Keegan Sharp of Invermere won the race (38.56).
Mullen placed 49th in the K1 girls kombi in 53.34. Gairns did not finish. Fornari won the event in 42.37, a split-second ahead of Mikayla Martin of Squamish (42.80).
The Whistler Cup is the only international alpine event in North America for skiers aged 11-14.
Seven of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games alpine skiing medalists competed at the Whistler Cup including USA's Lindsay Vonn and Julia Mancuso, both of the U.S., Tina Maze of Slovenia, and Anja Paerson of Sweden.