2006 Olympian … WC bronze medallist … Holds 10 medals and 18 top-10 finishes in World Cups … First person ever to perform a lay triple full in competition.
World Championship (WC) Results
2009 (Inawashiro, JPN): 3rd 2005 (Ruka, FIN): 9th
2009-10: Finished 6th and 8th at World Cups. 2008-09: Suffered concussion, compression fracture to his back, and bruised ribs during crash at Mont Gabriel World Cup … Returned to competition to finish 3rd at WC … Ranked 12th overall for World Cup season … Won two World Cup bronze medals in Adventure Mountain, CHN and Lake Placid, USA. 2007-2008: Ranked 6th overall for World Cup season … Won two World Cup medals: bronze in Vancouver, CAN and silver in Davos, SUI. 2006-07: Missed season due to bone bruise in left foot. 2005-06: Finished 6th at Olympic Winter Games … Ranked 3rd overall for World Cup season … Won three World Cup medals: gold in Changchun, CHN, bronze in Mont Gabriel, Que. and silver in Deer Valley, USA … Bronze medallist at Canadian Championship … First person ever to perform a lay triple full in competition at World Cup in Deer Valley. 2004-05: Finished 9th at WC … Ranked 10th overall for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was silver in Lake Placid, USA. 2003-04: Ranked 18th overall for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was silver in Mont Tremblant, Que. 2002-03: Ranked 13th overall for World Cup season … Top World Cup result was 6th in Lake Placid, USA.
Goes by nickname Wookie … Has two siblings, Jason (24) and Kenton (22) … Is a former competitive gymnast … If he was not an athlete, would be a firefighter … Idol is Alexander Ovechkin (loves his skill and passion for the game) … Enjoys playing hockey, surfing, and skateboarding … Favourite TV shows are Entourage and South Park.