Alexa Loo
  • Born: 10/06/1972
  • Age: 43
  • Height: 168cm
  • Weight: 60kg
  • Birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia


2006 Olympian … Has raced at six WC, earning her two best finishes last year in Gangwon, KOR … Has won three World Cup medals … 14 Nor-Am Cup medals, including nine gold medals … One gold and three silver medals on the Europa Cup tour … Four-time National Championship medallist … 2002 national giant slalom champion.

World Championship (WC) Results

2009 (Gangwon, KOR): 8th – parallel slalom; 12th – parallel giant slalom 2007 (Arosa, SUI): 30th – parallel giant slalom; 31st – parallel slalom 2005 (Whistler, CAN): 20th – parallel giant slalom; 34th – parallel slalom 2003 (Kreischberg, AUT): 13th – parallel giant slalom; 34th – parallel slalom 2001 (Madonna di Campiglio, ITA): 26th – giant slalom; 42nd – parallel slalom; 44th – parallel giant slalom 1999 (Berchtesgaden, GER): 31st – parallel slalom; 33rd – parallel giant slalom; 46th – giant slalom

Career Notes

2009-10: Won World Cup silver medal in Kreischberg, AUT (01/06/10) … Won silver and bronze on Nor-Am Cup circuit. 2008-09: Captured World Cup bronze in Sunday River, USA (2/26/2009) … Three-time Nor-Am Cup titlist in Copper, USA, Mt. Tremblant, Que and in parallel slalom in Mt. Tremblant, Que. … Had her two best results at a WC in Gangwon, KOR. (1/21/2009) … 2007-08: Won at Copper, USA (11/16/2007 – slalom) and Mt. Hood Meadows, USA (3/23/2008 – parallel slalom) on the Nor-Am Cup tour … Also Nor-Am Cup silver and silver on the Europa Cup … Best World Cup finish was 6th … 2006-07: Competed at the 2007 WC … Won the Nor-Am Cup race at Steamboat Springs, USA (1/5/2007) … Earned two top-10 results on the World Cup circuit. 2005-06: Competed at her first Olympic Winter Games, finishing 20th … Won her first World Cup medal – bronze in parallel giant slalom at Kronplatz, ITA (1/15/2006) … Four top-10 finishes on the World Cup circuit and two more wins on the Nor-Am Cup … 1996-05: Competed at four WC, top result 13th in parallel GS in 2005 … Won four Nor-Am Cup and three Europa Cup medals, as well as five National Championship medals


Does volunteer work for sport organizations such as the COC and AthletesCAN to make sport better for everyone in Canada … Always wears something red on race day … Uncle, Ted Hunt, played with Canadian Football League’s B.C. Lions and was a Canadian ski jumper and aunt, Helen Stewart Hunt, was a Canadian record holder in swimming … Both were inducted into B.C. Sports Hall of Fame.

Olympic Highlights








2006 TurinOlympic Winter GamesSnowboardParallel Giant Slalom - Women - 20
2010 VancouverOlympic Winter GamesSnowboardParallel Giant Slalom - Women - 12
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