Jack Crawford

Biography

Jack Crawford made his World Cup debut as an 18-year-old on the most famous downhill course in the world in Kitzbuehel, Austria in January 2016. A month later, he had an impressive performance at the junior world championships, winning silver in the super-G and finishing fifth in the slalom, giant slalom and alpine combined. He finished the 2015-16 season ranked second in the overall Nor-Am Cup standings.

In 2016-17, he joined the national team and finished third in the overall Nor-Am Cup standings. He narrowly missed a return to the podium at the junior worlds, finishing fourth in the downhill and giant slalom. Crawford began to make more regular World Cup appearances in 2017-18, starting with the opening speed events in Lake Louise in November. In December 2017, he stood on Nor-Am Cup podiums twice, winning downhill silver in Lake Louise and slalom silver in Panorama. In his Olympic debut at PyeongChang 2018, Crawford was the top-ranked Canadian in the men’s alpine combined with his 20th place finish.

A little more about Jack…

Getting into the Sport: Started skiing at age 6 and competing at age 9… Older sister Candace is also a member of the national team…

Olympic Highlights

Games Sport Event Finish
PyeongChang 2018Skiing - AlpineAlpine Combined - Men20
PyeongChang 2018Skiing - AlpineGiant Slalom - Men29
PyeongChang 2018Skiing - AlpineSuper-G - MenDNF

Notable International Results

Olympic Winter Games: 2018  20th (AC), 29th (GS), DNF (SG)

FIS World Junior Championships: 2017 – 4th (GS), 4th (DH), DNF (SL), DNF (AC), DNF (SG); 2016 – SILVER (SG), 5th (SL), 5th (GS), 5th (SC), 14th (DH); 2015 – 30th (DH), 41st (GS), DQ (SG), DQ (AC)