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Trevor White

Trevor White
  • Born: 04/27/1984
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 175cm
  • Weight: 77kg
  • Birthplace: Calgay, Alberta

Overall

First-time Olympian … Slalom specialist … Disqualified at first WC in 2009 … Skied in three World Cup seasons, top result 8th in slalom.

World Championship (WC) Results

2009 (Val d’Isère, FRA): DSQ – slalom

Career Notes

2009-10: Finished 22nd in slalom at World Cup in Levi, FIN. 2008-09: At WC, missed a gate just before the finish line, disqualifying him … Had a career-best result in Kitzbuehel, AUT, finishing 8th in slalom (01/25/09) … Added 20th and 23rd finishes as well … Was 2nd in slalom at nationals … Won a Nor-Am slalom race. 2007-08: Did not qualify in four World Cup races … Had four top-5 finishes in Nor-Am races. 2000-06: Finished 6th in super-G, 8th in slalom at 2006 nationals … Competed in Nor-Am Cup races each season, with six top-10 finishes … Finished 21st in slalom at 2004 Junior WC in Maribor, SLO … Competed in a long list of FIS races, with 26 top-3 finishes.

Personal

Introduced to ski racing at age five through the Nancy Greene Program … Both parents were ski instructors … Grew up skiing the Rocky Mountains, particularly the now-extinct Fortress Mountain … Nickname is Tre … If not a skier, would be a soccer player or musician.

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