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Erik Guay


Guay, of Mont Tremblant, Que., made history when he tied and then broke ‘Crazy Canuck’ Steve Podborski's Canadian record for World Cup podium finishes. After winning the downhill in Kvitfjell, Norway, Guay boasted 22 career podiums. Guay is the most decorated Canadian alpine World Cup racer of all time, and is also the 2011 World Downhill Champion and 2010 super G Crystal Globe winner. At the 2010 Olympics, Guay was just 0.03 seconds from a bronze medal in the super G, finishing fifth, and he placed 10th in downhill at the 2014 Olympics. Guay was injured during the 2014-15 season. Outside skiing, Guay is a proud husband and father, a motor racing enthusiast, as well as a keen hockey player and Montreal Canadiens fan.

Top Results

World champion – Downhill (2011)
World Cup Crystal Globe - Super-G (2010)
23 World Cup podiums

World Cup standings

Overall: 26th
Downhill: 12th
Super-G: 20th


Birth date: 05/08/1981
Birth place: Montreal, Que.
Residence: Mont-Tremblant, Que.
Hometown: Mont-Tremblant, Que.
Ski club: Mont Tremblant Ski Club
Made team: 1998
Sponsor: Red Bull, Audi, Mont-Tremblant, Adidas, Sport Chek


Height: 5-11
Weight: 201 pounds
Skis: Head
Goggles: Oakley
Boots: Head
Poles: Leki
Helmet: Dainese


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