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In the most impressive season of his young career, Mikael Kingsbury is awarded most outstanding Canadian male freestyle skier for the 2014-2015 season.
The Olympic and World champion in women’s moguls, Justine Dufour-Lapointe, is awarded most outstanding Canadian female freestyle skier for the 2014-2015 season.
One of the greatest Canadian freestyle skiers of all time, Jennifer Heil, was honoured with an induction into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame on April 22, 2015.
Looking back on a successful season for Snow Sports Canada on the world stage – from the World Cup to the World Championships & X Games.
During the month of March, biathlete Nathan Smith finished his breakout season by making history for Biathlon Canada. Coming off a strong February in which he had career best finishes of 5th and 7th, Smith went on to win the silver medal at the world championships in Kontiolahti, Finland, finish 5th in a sprint race in Russia, and then win gold in the pursuit race only a couple days later.
With two medals at the 2015 Nordic World Championships, a record for Canada, Alex Harvey is your Snow Sports Canada Athlete of the Month.
Weekend Recap for Snow Sports Canada for the week ending February 22nd, 2015. From gold on home soil in Quebec to historic results in Sweden, our athletes killed it this week! Read our weekend recap and get all the highlights.
Dustin Cook earns his first career podium, Nathan Green inches closer to a podium in the Czech Rep, and the moguls team continues to dominate. Get your Snow Sports Canada fix with our weekend recap.
Our athletes proved once again that on snow, they are the best in the world. From gold medals at the X Games, to podium sweeps in Austria and making history in Germany, our team is the best in the world. Your Snow Sports Canada athlete of the month is – Mikaël Kingsbury.
Canadian moguls team looks to continue their strong season when they head to Lake Placid on January 29th, 2015.
History was made in women’s ski jumping and ski superpipe, while our freestyle teams see a gold rush at the X Games and World Championships.