Olympic Athletes


Tricia Mangan

Alpine Skier

Tricia Mangan, a two-time Olympian and US Alpine Ski racer on the FIS Audi World Cup speed circuit, defied convention by pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Dartmouth College while competing internationally. From humble beginnings in Buffalo, NY, she embraced the role of the underdog, fueling her passion for continual improvement both on and off the slopes, aiming to inspire others to carve their own path to success in ski racing and life.

Kevin Drury

Ski Cross Athlete
Kevin, aka “Quadzilla,” transitioned from NCAA alpine skiing to ski cross, quickly becoming a dominant force on the Canadian Ski Cross team. With 13 World Cup podiums and the 2019-20 Overall FIS SX Crystal Globe, he’s known for his technical skill and unmatched strength, leading him to be a key veteran leader on the team.

Kaylie Buck

Olympic Snowboarder

Kaylie Buck, a rising talent from Oakville, Ontario, shines in Canadian alpine snowboarding with her dynamic style and competitive drive. With podium finishes in disciplines like parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom, she embodies the next generation of Canadian snowboarding excellence.

Jennifer Hawkrigg

Olympic Snowboarder
Jennifer Hawkrigg achieved her career-best result at the 2021 FIS World Championships, placing 18th in the non-Olympic parallel slalom event despite recovering from a knee injury. She also claimed the overall Nor-Am Cup title in 2019-20 and made her Olympic debut at Beijing 2022, showcasing her talent and resilience in alpine snowboarding.

Megan Farrell

Olympic Snowboarder

Megan Farrell, a Canadian alpine snowboarder, achieved her best-ever result for Canada in the parallel slalom at the 2021 FIS World Championships, finishing fourth. Despite facing challenges and taking a break to pursue academic goals, she returned to the sport, rebuilding the national team program and earning podium finishes in Nor-Am Cup events and a World Cup silver medal in parallel slalom.

Darren Gardner

Olympic Snowboarder

Darren Gardner, a Canadian snowboarder, achieved his career-high ranking of 27th in the World Cup parallel snowboard standings in the 2016-17 season. With notable success on the Nor-Am Cup circuit, including three overall parallel snowboard titles, he demonstrated resilience and perseverance in pursuit of his Olympic dream, making his debut at PyeongChang 2018.

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