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Marie-Michèle Gagnon


A hugely talented all-around racer who competes in all five disciplines, Gagnon made history in the 2014-15 season when she became the first Canadian to win a super combined World Cup race. She secured her first World Cup podium in slalom in 2012 and has developed into a consistent contender on the world stage. Gagnon placed ninth at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games and is the reigning National Champion in slalom, giant slalom, and super G, contributing to her total of ten Canadian titles. In the 2015/16 season Gagnon had two podium finishes. She claimed third-place in Crans Montana (SUI) in a slalom and placed first in an alpine combined race at Soldeu (AND). The Lac-Etchemin, Que. native has a great passion for the outdoors and loves mountain biking and hiking during her off-season.

Top Results

1st - Super combined - FIS World Cup - Soldeu, AND (2016)
1st – Super combined – FIS World Cup – Altenmarkt/Zauchensee, AUT (2013)
3rd - Slalom - FIS World Cup - Crans Montana, SWE (2016)
3rd – Slalom – FIS World Cup – Are, SWE (2012)
4th – Slalom – FIS World Cup – Lienz, AUT (2013)

World Cup rankings

Overall: 16th
Slalom: 11th
Giant slalom: 14th
Super-G: 44th
Combined: 4th


Birth date: 25/04/1989
Birth place: Lac-Etchemin, Que.
Residence: Lac-Etchemin, Que.
Hometown: Lac-Etchemin, Que.
Ski club: Mont Orignal
Made team: 2007
Sponsor: Nova Steel, DGRMPLC


Height: 5-9
Weight: 150 pounds
Skis: Rossignol
Goggles: POC
Boots: Lange
Poles: Leki
Helmet: POC





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