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Kevin Drury

Kevin Drury

Kevin Drury made his World Cup debut as a ski cross racer in December 2015. His first big World Cup breakthrough came at the Olympic test event of the Phoenix Snow Park in February 2016 when he finished fourth in his first appearance in a Big Final.

India Sherret

India Sherret

In her first year of ski cross racing, India Sherret represented Canada at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck where she finished fourth. In 2012-13, she was the overall Nor-Am Cup champion for ski cross and in 2015 she was crowned world junior champion.

Evan McEachran

Evan McEachran

In November 2017, Evan McEachran earned his first World Cup podium with a second-place finish in Stubai, Austria. He added a bronze medal to his resume at Mammoth Mountain, California in January 2018.

Alex Bellemare

Alex Bellemare

Alex Bellemare had his first international breakthrough when he finished second in a World Cup ski slopestyle event at Mammoth Mountain, California in March 2012. After finishing fourth at the 2013 Winter X Games in Aspen, Bellemare stepped onto the podium in 2015, winning the bronze medal.

Teal Harle

Teal Harle

As part of an outstanding 2014-15 season, Teal Harle won gold in slopestyle and big air at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George. Internationally, the highlight was a silver medal at the Dumont Cup, a platinum event on the Association of Freeskiing Professionals World Tour, where he shared the podium with experienced X Games medallists.

Cassie Sharpe

Cassie Sharpe

Cassie Sharpe dominated the competition at PyeongChang 2018 to win gold for Canada’s first Olympic medal in women’s ski halfpipe. After taking the lead on the first final run, she laid down an even better second run, earning a score that couldn’t be beaten.

Simon d’Artois

Simon d’Artois

Simon d’Artois made history at the 2015 Winter X Games in Aspen when he became the first Canadian man to win the ski halfpipe event. D’Artois earned his first World Cup podium finish in September 2017 when he finished third in Cardrona, New Zealand, and added another bronze at the World Cup in Copper Mountain, Colorado in December 2017.