Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau
  • Born: 10/06/1979
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 174cm
  • Weight: 45kg
  • Birthplace: Drummondville, Quebec

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Competed in six WC, winning gold and silver … Gold medallist at Goodwill Games … Holds 20 medals and 52 top-10 finishes in World Cups … Six-time Canadian champion.

World Championship (WC) Results

2009 (Inawashiro, JPN): 17th – moguls 2007 (Madonna di Campiglio, ITA): Gold – moguls; 9th – dual moguls 2005 (Ruka, FIN): 7th – moguls; 7th – dual moguls 2003 (Deer Valley, USA): 8th – dual moguls; 32nd – moguls 2001 (Whistler, CAN): Silver – moguls (finals); 9th – dual moguls 1999 (Meiringen-Hasliberg, SUI): 17th – dual moguls

Career Notes

2009-10: Top World Cup finish was 8th in Deer Valley, USA … Was 10th in Calgary. 2008-09: Finished 17th at WC … Ranked 4th overall in moguls for World Cup season … Won three World Cup medals: gold in dual moguls in Meribel, FRA, silver in moguls in Are, SWE and bronze in moguls in Mont Gabriel, Que. … The podium finishes in Sweden and Quebec lead to two historic Canadian men’s mogul podium sweeps (other medallists were Alex Bilodeau and Vincent Marquis) … Suffered injury during final World Cup of season. 2007-08: Ranked 7th overall in moguls for World Cup season … Top World Cup results was gold in Tignes, FRA (12/13/07) … Canadian champion. 2006-07: Won gold in moguls and finished 9th in dual moguls at WC … Ranked 3rd overall in dual moguls and 5th in moguls for World Cup season … Won two World Cup medals: bronze in moguls in Deer Valley, USA and silver in dual moguls in La Plagne, FRA. 2005-06: Ranked 18th overall in moguls for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was bronze in Inawashiro, JPN. 2004-05: Finished 7th in both moguls and dual moguls at WC … Ranked 11th overall in moguls for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was 5th in Naeba, JPN. 2003-04: Ranked 6th overall in moguls for World Cup season … Won two World Cup silver medals in Airolo, SUI and Sauze d’Oulx, ITA. 2002-03: Finished 8th in dual moguls and 32nd in moguls at WC … Ranked 2nd overall in moguls and 4th in dual moguls for World Cup season … Won six World Cup medals (two gold, one silver and three bronze). 2001-02: Ranked 17th overall in dual moguls and 31st for moguls for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was 5th in dual moguls in Steamboat, USA … Missed most of season due to serious neck injury suffered in January. 2000-01: Captured silver in moguls and finished 9th in dual moguls at WC … Ranked 3rd overall in moguls for World Cup season … Won two World Cup silver in Inawashito, JPN and Lizuna Kogen, JPN … Also won World Cup bronze in Himos, FIN. 1999-00: Ranked 3rd overall in moguls and 9th in dual moguls for World Cup season … Won two World Cup medals: silver in Livigno, ITA and bronze in Deer Valley, USA. 1998-99: Finished 17th in moguls at WC … Ranked 5th overall in dual moguls and 14th in moguls for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was silver in dual moguls in Steamboat, USA. 1997-98: Ranked 7th overall in dual moguls and 13th in moguls for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was 4th in dual moguls in Chatel, FRA. 1996-97: Top World Cup result was 14th in moguls in Breckenridge, USA.

Personal

Has one brother, Justin Rousseau, 32 … Is a spokesperson for the Spinal Cord Research Foundation … Idols are Jean-Luc Brassard and Lance Armstrong … Favourite activities include skydiving, road biking, and professional speaking … Nickname is P-A … Personal motto: Never stop believing.

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