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Graeme Killick

Graeme Killick
  • Born: 02/26/1989
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 178cm
  • Weight: 70kg
  • Birthplace: Fort McMurray, Alberta
  • Hometown: Fort McMurray, Alberta

Graeme Killick is one of Canada’s top young cross-country talents since joining the national team program in 2007 as a member of the junior squad. He made his World Cup debut in January 2011 and splits his time between competing on the World Cup and NorAm Cup circuits.

Killick has competed at the FIS World Junior and FIS World Under-23 Championships, posting his best result at the latter in 2010 when he placed seventh in the 30km pursuit.


Getting into the Sport: Started skiing at age five in the Jackrabbit program at Ptarmigan Nordic Ski Club… He fell in love with the sport because it satisfied his competitive drive… Outside Interests: During the competitive season does web programming and studying German… In the off-season enjoys windsurfing… Odds and Ends: Favourite Olympic memory is Devon Kershaw’s fifth place finish in the 50km mass start at Vancouver 2010 because he came so close to a medal that he proved it was possible…

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2014 SochiOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - Cross-Country15km - Men - 65
2014 SochiOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - Cross-CountryMass Start 50km - Men - 28
2014 SochiOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - Cross-CountrySkiathlon - Men - 45
2014 SochiOlympic Winter GamesSkiing - Cross-CountryRelay 4x10km - Men - 12
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