The Toronto native grew up skiing out of Georgian Peaks and later moved to Whistler during the winters where he started his FIS career. Jack Crawford made the Development Team in the 2015-16 season and after an exceptional season, qualified for the national team. Crawford was consistently on the podium throughout the 2015-16 season with notable finishes on the NorAm circuit in Whiteface, U.S.A. where he finished first in super G and in the alpine combined race. By 19-years-old, Crawford has already competed in Europa Cups and made his World Cup debut in Kitzbuehel (AUT), making him a promising speed skier. In the 2015-16 season, Crawford also competed in the World Junior Championships in Sochi where he was consistently placed in the top five with his top result being second place in the super G.
2nd - Super G - FIS Junior World Ski Championships - Sochi, RUS (2016)
1st - Alpine combined - Nor-Am Cup - Whiteface Mountain, NY (2016)
1st - Super G - Nor-Am Cup - Whiteface Mountain, NY (2016)
3rd - Super G - Canadian Championships - Whistler, B.C. (2016)
(2016 Nor-Am Cup)
Giant Slalom: 7th
Super Combined: 2nd
Super G: 3rd
Hometown: Toronto, Ont.
Made team: 2016