Marie-Pier Beaudet competed in her third consecutive Olympic Games and finished 33rd overall in London. She qualified for the Games after earning gold at the World Americas Continental Olympic Qualifier in April of 2012.
By the age of 25, Beaudet was already a two-time veteran of the Olympic Games. She made history as the youngest ever Canadian archer to qualify for the Games at the age of 17 and placed in the top-50 in Athens. Four years later, she competed in Beijing and finished in the top-20.
The native of Quebec has had success on the international stage winning a bronze medal at the 2010 Commonwealth games in Delhi and silver at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Beaudet is coached by her father, Denis Beaudet, a former national team member.
Les Archers de Lévis
Favourite activities outside of sport:
Reading, listening to music, and looking after my dog
Sibling(s) Name(s) (date of birth):
Louis-Philippe Beaudet (26 years of age)
Les archers de Lévis, Saint-Romuald (Lévis)
Denis Beaudet, Level 4 PNCE
Senior national athlete since:
Canadian, World or Olympic records held (at any time):
All Canadian records; World records in Midget and Junior competition
Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2010:
Bronze medal in Team Competition at the 2010 Commonwealth Games
Career notes (inc. Top results) in 2008:
Competed in the beijing Olympic Games – finished 20th
Career notes prior (excluding Olympic):
Competed at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens – Finished 59th
Pan Am Games results — all events, all Games:
2007 – Silver Medal in Team Competition
World Championship appearances – Best results by year:
2003 – 56th
2005 – 98th
2007 – 37th
2009 – 59th