Erik Guay may be Canada’s most decorated alpine ski racer, but he’s also a family man, with three young children and a busy home far from the World Cup circuit. Learn more about how Guay balances family life with the demands of Olympic and World Cup ski racing.
Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) seeks to recognize the army that contributes to the sport of ski racing through a national awards program.
Watch as "The X-Man" Brady Leman of the Canadian Ski Cross Team thunders down the ski cross course at Ontario’s Blue Mountain… and lands on the podium.
Canada’s top skiers spend up to 450 hours each season in the gym. This high adrenaline video tracks racers Chris Del Bosco, Erik Guay and moguls champ Mikael Kingsbury as they power up for a winning season. "I’m first,” says Kingsbury, "I want to stay first.”
Christel Hamel has officially retired from freestyle skiing. The native of Montreal, QC first joined the national mogul team in 2011 and mostly competed on the FIS World Cup circuit the last two years.
Canadian Mikael Kingsbury isn't letting his surprise elimination from the men's dual moguls event Sunday tarnish a season that saw him capture a fourth straight crystal globe.
Canada's Brady Leman won a silver medal at the men's ski cross World Cup on Saturday.
Canada’s Michael Ciccarelli couldn’t have asked for a better start to the season, winning his first slopestyle title Saturday in the FIS Snowboard World Cup tour opener.
Brian McKeever of Canmore, Alta., captured a gold medal at a para nordic World Cup event Saturday. McKeever won the men’s 10-kilometre classic-ski visually impaired event, one of three Canadians to capture medals at the event.
Kingsbury, from Deux-Montagnes, Que., is thriving in the demanding World Cup schedule as he closes in on his fourth straight Crystal Globe as the best freestyle skier in the world this season. Even with his focus on the next race, Kingsbury occasionally gets distracted by bouts of somnambulism.