Biography:

Roni Remme won a silver medal in the slalom at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck. She went on to compete at the world junior championships in 2014 and 2015, finishing 10th in the slalom at the latter. But Remme was struggling to advance from Alpine Canada’s development team so she decided to give NCAA competition a try and enrolled at the University of Utah. In 2017, she finished third in the giant slalom at the NCAA Championships as the Utes won the national team title. She was also an All-American in the giant slalom and slalom.

Choosing to take a break from school in 2017-18, Remme made her World Cup debut in the Lake Louise downhill in December 2017. A month later, she finished an impressive 11th in the slalom in Zagreb, Croatia. Remme also competed in Nor-Am Cup events during the 2017-18 season. From December 5 to 14, she recorded an incredible six first-place finishes in downhill, super-G, slalom and combined races in Lake Louise and Panorama. Heading into the season, she only had four Nor-Am Cup podiums in her career.

A little more about Roni…

Getting into the Sport: Was introduced to skiing before her second birthday when her parents joined a club in Collingwood… Her competitive nature meant she was always trying to beat skiers older than her, especially boys… At age 11, joined the National Ski Academy on a summer camp in Switzerland and realized ski racing was what she wanted to do with her life… Outside Interests: Majoring in biomedical engineering at the University of Utah… Completed two years before taking a hiatus from school for the 2017-18 season…