Justin Lamoureux
  • Born: 08/26/1976
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 188cm
  • Weight: 75kg
  • Birthplace: Red Bank, New Jersey, USA


2006 Olympian … WC silver medallist … World Cup bronze medallist … Three-time Canadian champion.

World Championship (WC) Results

2009 (Gangwon, KOR): 5th – halfpipe; 45th – big air 2007 (Arosa, SUI): 15th – halfpipe 2005 (Whistler, CAN): Silver – halfpipe; 31st – big air 2001 (Madonna di Campiglio, ITA): 21st – halfpipe; 47th – snowboard cross

Career Notes

2009-10: Best Nor-Am Cup result was 14th in halfpipe. 2008-09: Won silver at National Championship in Mont-Tremblant, Que. … Finished 5th at WC … Had three top-10 results on World Cup circuit, including two 5th-place finishes. 2007-08: Captured bronze at National Championships in Cypress, B.C. … Secured three top-six World Cup results. 2006-07: Won silver at National Championships in Calgary, Alta. … Finished 15th at WC … Recorded three top-10 results on World Cup tour. 2005-06: Competed at first Olympic Winter Games, finishing 21st … National champion … Nabbed two top-10 results on World Cup circuit. 2004-05: Captured silver at WC … Won bronze at Breckenridge stop on Nor-Am Cup … Finished 4th at World Cup in Lake Placid, USA. 2003-04: Recorded three top-10 results on World cup tour, including 4th in Kreischberg, AUT and 5th in Stoneham, Que. … Competed in World Cup Big Air competitions. 2002-03: World Cup bronze medallist in Stoneham, Que. … Was 9th at National Championships in Calgary, Alta. 2001-02: Best World Cup result 14th in Whistler, B.C. 2000-01: Won second National Championships in Big White, B.C. … Competed at first WC. 1999-00: Was 4th at Nor-Am Cup in Stoneham, Que. … Finished 10th at World Cup in Whistler, B.C. 1998-99: Won first National Championship in Nakiska, Alta., also finishing 4th in snowboard cross … Captured silver at FIS Race in Mt. Ste. Anne, Que. 1997-98: Was 4th in halfpipe and 5th in snowboard cross at National Championships in Mont-Tremblant, Que. 1996-97: Finished 40th at FIS Race in Big White, B.C.


Parents are Claude and Lorrain … Brothers Claude and Martin … Studied mechanical engineering at University of Waterloo … Lists Kelly Slater, Tony Hawk, Jordan, his father, and Leonardo DaVinci among his idols … Likes to surf, skateboard, mountain bike, climb, run around outside … Always puts on his left sock and boot first, but does not know why … Supports the David Suzuki Foundation.

Olympic Highlights








2006 TurinOlympic Winter GamesSnowboardHalfpipe - Men - 21
2010 VancouverOlympic Winter GamesSnowboardHalfpipe - Men - 7
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