Canadian Moguls Skier Brayden Kuroda, 19, Dies Suddenly

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Canadian World Cup moguls skier Brayden Kuroda dies at 19. Photo: @MarquisPhil/Twitter

Canadian freestyle moguls skier Brayden Kuroda has died suddenly, Freestyle CBC News said on Tuesday, Feb. 18. He was 19.

Kuroda was a Penticton, B.C. native who debuted in the world cup last year. He passed away suddenly on Monday, Freestyle Canada said in a news release. The cause of his death has not been disclosed.

Kuroda has been described as a special young man with an infectious style, CBC News said. He made his World Cup debut on his 19th birthday only three weeks ago, finishing 34th in Mont-Tremblant, Que. He had exceptional potential for the future with his freestyle career.

His family and fellow moguls skiers mourn his passing. May he ski in peace.

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