Biography:

In her World Cup debut in November 2015, Laurence St-Germain broke into the top-30 in the slalom in Aspen, Colorado, finishing 27th. Two years later, she posted her career-best World Cup result when she placed 14th in the slalom in Killington, Vermont. St-Germain joined the Canadian Alpine Ski Team for the 2015-16 season after finishing the previous season ranked fourth in the Nor-Am Cup slalom standings. She finished both 2015-16 and 2016-17 ranked second in the Nor-Am Cup slalom standings.

St-Germain was also competing collegiately for the University of Vermont. As a freshman in 2015, she finished 10th in the slalom at the NCAA Championships to be named a Second Team All-American. In her sophomore year, she was the runner-up in the slalom at the NCAA Championships to earn First Team All-American honours.