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Vincent Marquis
  • Born: 04/15/1984
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 175cm
  • Weight: 72kg
  • Birthplace: Québec, Quebec


Won bronze medal in moguls in first WC … Has won eight World Cup medals and has 17 total top-10 results.

World Championship (WC) Results

2009 (Inawashiro, JPN): Bronze – moguls; 4th – dual moguls

Career Notes

2009-10: Won silver at World Cup in Calgary (01/08/10) … Finished 13th and 31st at the World Cup in Suomu, FIN. 2008-09: Captured WC bronze in moguls and finished 4th in dual moguls … Won overall bronze in moguls for World Cup season … Captured gold in Mont Gabriel, Que. (01/24/09) and bronze in Are, SWE. … The podium finishes in Quebec and Sweden lead to two historic Canadian men’s mogul podium sweeps (other medallists were Alex Bilodeau and Pierre-Alexandre Rousseau). 2007-08: Won overall bronze in moguls for World Cup season … Won four World Cup medals, including career-first gold in Deer Valley, USA (02/02/08). 2006-07: Ranked 9th overall in dual moguls and 11th in moguls for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was silver in Deer Valley, USA. 2005-06: Top World Cup result was 42nd in Mont Gabriel, Que. 2004-05: Ranked 33rd overall in moguls for World Cup season, top result 13th in Inawashiro, JPN. 2003-04: Ranked 40th overall in moguls for World Cup season, top result 6th in moguls in Mont Tremblant, Que. … Underwent knee surgery in March after sustaining ACL tear in left knee.


Son of François Marquis and Nicole Morin … Younger brother Philippe is also member of national freestyle ski team … Has an older sister, Anne … Bilingual: French and English … Attends Laval University for Physiotherapy … Competitive AAA level football player (quarterback) from 2000 to 2003 … Also plays hockey and soccer … Motto: Life is too short to waste time.

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