Ski for Life
INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION
Throughout the history of Alpine Canada, we have had several great ski legends make their mark in ski history. These legends are inspiring and supporting the next generation of Canadian skiers and athletes whether it's on an International stage, National stage, or in their hometown. We salute our alumni and thank them for continuing to share their passion for skiing and igniting the future of ski racing in Canada.
- Boys Lifelong enjoyment of skiing
- Girls Lifelong enjoyment of skiing
- Any age
- Master's Racing
In this issue catch up with new alumnus, Braydon Luscombe, watch as Rhona and Rhoda Wurtele receive the Order of Canada, catch up on the latest updates on the Audi 2019 Canadian Ski Racing Awards and our alumni in the field making a difference and inspiring the next generation.
In this issue, catch up with Serge Dugas where you can catch a full interview about his more than three decades of experience supporting Canada's fastest racers. Several articles also contain links to interviews with alumnus Jim Hunter, Mélanie Turgeon, Kate Pace, Sherry Lawerence and more.
In this issue, we wish happy birthday to Lucile Wheeler Vaughan, the first Canadian to win an Olympic Medal in skiing, a bronze in downhill at 1956 Olympics. Also, the first Canadian to win the Hahnenkamm 1957, downhill and combined.