• 2006 Olympian in both snowboard cross and halfpipe … World Cup halfpipe bronze medallist … Two-time Nor-Am cup winner, with six medals overall … Four-time halfpipe national champion and two-time snowboard cross winner.

World Championship (WC) Results

  • 2009 (Gangwon, KOR): 16th – halfpipe 2007 (Arosa, SUI): 15th – halfpipe 2005 (Whistler, CAN): 11th – halfpipe; 23rd – snowboard cross 2003 (Kreischberg, AUT): 4th – half pipe; 15th – snowboard cross 2001 (Madonna di Campiglio, ITA): Bronze – snowboard cross; 31st – halfpipe

Career Notes

  • 2009-10: Finished 23rd and 24th on World Cup circuit … Top Nor-Am Cup result is 15th. 2008-09: Finished 16th at WC … Took bronze at National Championships in Mt. Tremblant, Que. (4/2/2009) … Two top-10 results at Nor-Am Cup stop in Stoneham, Que. … Best World Cup result was 10th in Valmalenco, ITA. 2007-08: Placed 6th at National Championships … Best World Cup finish was 9th in Cardrona, NZE. 2006-07: Started season by winning FIS halpipe in Calgary (1/13/2007) … Won Nor-Am Cup gold and National Championship bronze. 2005-06: Made Olympic debut in Turin, finishing 19th in snowboard cross and 21st in halfpipe … Earned silver at National Championships in Avila, Que. … Best World Cup result was 10th in Valle Nevado, CHI and Furrano, JPN. 2004-05: Won Big Air competition at Nor-Am Cup event in Mont Avila, Que., following it up with silver in halfpipe the next day … Took snowboard cross bronze at South American Cup race in Valle Nevado, CHI … Best World Cup results were 7th in both Bardonecchia, ITA and Sungwoo, KOR. 1998-04: Took snowboard cross bronze at 2001 WC (1/28/2001) … Won first World Cup bronze in Whistler, B.C. (12/9/2001) … Earned three National Championship medals … Took two medals on Nor-Am Cup circuit.


  • Parents are Jacques and Andree Lemieux … Siblings, Nicolas and Catherine … Alpine ski racer for two years in her teens … Earned Creative Art degree from John Abbott College … Does lots of yoga, plays piano, runs and surfs in free time … Goes by nicknames “Dom,” “Doudou”, “Doum” and “Dominator.”