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Emily Brydon

Emily Brydon
  • Born: 04/21/1980
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 181cm
  • Weight: 90kg
  • Birthplace: Fernie, British Columbia

emily_brydon_2010_1340pxNow retired, Emily Brydon is a three-time Olympian who competed for Canada at Salt Lake City 2002, Turin 2006 and Vancouver 2010. She posted her best result in Turin, finishing ninth in the super-G.

World Championship Results

2009 (Val d’Isère, FRA): 11th – downhill; 13th – super-G; DNF – super combined 2007 (Are, SWE): 10th – super combined; 13th – super-G; 24th – downhill; 34th – slalom 2005 (Santa Caterina, ITA): 11th – downhill; 13th – combined; 21st – super-G 2003 (St. Moritz, SUI): 11th – combined; 18th – downhill; 20th – slalom; 23rd – super-G; 24th – giant slalom 2001 (St. Anton, AUT): 7th – combined; 12th – super-G; DNF – downhill

Career Notes

2009-10: Started season with silver and bronze in downhill in Lake Louise, Alta. 2008-09: Had two top-15 finishes at WC … On World Cup circuit, had five top-10 finishes … Top result, 5th in downhill in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, AUT. 2007-08: Most successful World Cup season ever with three medals and two 4th-place finishes … In super-G, won first career gold in St. Moritz, SUI (02/03/08) … Won silver in super-G in St. Moritz, SUI … Captured bronze in downhill in Cortina d’Ampezzo, ITA … Overall, ranked 5th in super-G, 9th in downhill, 12th in combined. 2006-07: Had 2nd-best ever WC result, 10th in super combined (02/09/07) … Had nine top-10 finishes on World Cup circuit … Won bronze in downhill in Tarvisio, ITA. 2005-06: Had career-best Olympic result of 9th in super-G (02/20/06) and finished 13th in combined, 20th in downhill … One top-10 World Cup result was bronze in super-G in Val d’Isère, FRA. 2004-05: Had two top-15 finishes at WC … Recorded five top-10 World Cup results … Won bronze in combined in San Sicario, ITA … National champion in slalom and super-G. 2003-04: Had seven top-15 World Cup finishes … Top result 4th in downhill … Canadian champion in downhill and super-G. 2002-03: Top WC result was 11th in combined … Top World Cup result was 8th in super-G. 2001-02: Finished 27th and 38th at first Olympic Winter Games … Tore ACL while training in November, did not compete in World Cups. 2000-01: Finished career-best 7th at WC in combined (02/02/01) … Was 12th in super-G … Four top-10 World Cup finishes, best result bronze in downhill in St. Moritz, SUI … In February, had season-ending knee injury. 1999-00: In six World Cups, top finish was 16th in super-G. 1998-99: Canadian champion in downhill, super-G.

Olympic Highlights








2002 Salt Lake CityOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineGiant Slalom - Women - 38
2002 Salt Lake CityOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineSlalom - Women - 27
2006 TurinOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineCombined - Women - 13
2006 TurinOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineDownhill - Women - 20
2006 TurinOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineSuper-G - Women - 9
2010 VancouverOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineDownhill - Women - 16
2010 VancouverOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineSuper Combined - Women - 14
2010 VancouverOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - AlpineSuper-G - Women - DNF
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