CALGARY – The 2016-17 season marks a World Championship year for Alpine Canada Alpin’s (ACA) teams, all of which are gunning for and have potential to be podium contenders. ACA announces 35 richly talented alpine, para-alpine and ski cross athletes, who will form the respective national teams that will storm the World Cup circuits, throwing themselves down icy pitches and off massive features to chase podium finishes for Canada.

The veteran athletes named to the teams include Olympic and World Cup medalists, Crystal Globe winners and Nations Cup champions, along with fresh faces that offer a bright future for Canadian ski racing.

“Congratulations to all of the athletes named to the 2016-17 national teams,” said Mark Rubinstein, ACA President and CEO. “Every team member has demonstrated tremendous dedication, perseverance and talent. After last season’s impressive accomplishments, including a Nations Cup victory, 43 World Cup podiums and 3 Crystal Globes, across our Canadian Ski Cross, Para-Alpine and Alpine Teams, I’m confident that the best is yet to come. With a legion of support behind our athletes, including world-class coaches and technicians, medical and sport science staff, and other dedicated ACA staff, we expect another great year on top of the podium!”

2016-17 Canadian Alpine Ski Team

Name, Hometown, Birthdate (date/month/year)


Philip Brown, Toronto, Ont. 09/11/1991

Jack (James) Crawford, Toronto, Ont. 03/05/1997

Dustin Cook, Lac-Sainte-Marie, Que. 11/02/1989

Erik Guay, Mont Tremblant, Que. 05/08/1981

Morgan Megarry, Collingwood, Ont. 26/05/1993

Manuel Osborne-Paradis, Vancouver, B.C. 08/02/1984

Trevor Philp, Calgary, Alta. 01/05/1992

Erik Read, Calgary, Alta. 31/05/1991

Brodie Seger, North Vancouver, B.C. 28/12/1995

Broderick Thompson, Whistler, B.C. 19/04/1994

Benjamin Thomsen, Invermere, B.C. 25/08/1987

Tyler Werry, Calgary, Alta. 22/10/1991


Candace Crawford, Toronto, Ont. 11/03/1994

Marie-Michèle Gagnon, Lac Etchemin, Que. 25/04/1989

Valérie Grenier, Mont Tremblant, Que. 30/10/1996

Erin Mielzynski, Collingwood, Ont. 25/05/1990

Laurence St. Germain, St. Ferréol les Neiges, Que. 30/05/1994

Mikaela Tommy, Wakefield, Que. 10/05/1995

Development Team

Simon Fournier, Quebec 26/05/1997

Sam Mulligan, British Columbia 20/02/1997

Huston Philp, Alberta 22/11/1997

Jeffrey Read, Alberta 01/10/1997

Riley Seger, British Columbia 21/04/1997

Stefanie Fleckenstein, British Columbia 06/09/1997

Ali Nullmeyer, Ontario 21/08/1998

Amelia Smart, Alberta 01/08/1998

Marina Vilanova, Quebec 27/02/1999

2016-17 Canada Ski Cross Team

Name, Hometown, Birthdate


Christopher Del Bosco, Vail, Col./ Montreal, Que. 30/03/1982

Kevin Drury, Toronto, Ont. 22/07/1988

Dave Duncan, London, Ont. 15/07/1982

Mathieu Leduc, Comox, B.C. 14/04/1990

Brady Leman, Calgary, Alta. 16/10/1986


Kelsey Serwa, Kelowna, B.C. 01/09/1989

Georgia Simmerling, Vancouver, B.C. 11/03/1989

Marielle Thompson, Whistler, B.C. 15/06/1992

Only A and B national team athletes have been named with additional C and D national team athletes to be named in the coming weeks due to the timing of the selection process. The additional C and D national team athletes will be competing at the international level in World Cup, Europa Cup and Nor-Am events.

2016-17 Canadian Para-Alpine Ski Team

Name, Hometown, Birthdate


Alex Cairns, Squamish, B.C. 23/01/1992

Alexis Guimond, Gatineau, Q.C. 11/06/1999

Braydon Luscombe, Duncan, B.C. 30/11/1992

Mac Marcoux, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 20/06/1997

Kurt Oatway, Calgary, Alta. 23/02/1984

Kirk Schornstein, Spruce Grove, Alta. 10/03/1993


Alana Ramsay, Calgary, Alta. 22/12/1994

Erin Latimer, Toronto, Ont. 03/07/1996

Development Team

Mollie Jepsen, West Vancouver, B.C. 17/03/1999

Amanda Timm, Calgary, Alta. 9/07/1993

Frederique Turgeon, Candiac, Que. 25/03/1999

Melissa Pemble, Victoria, B.C. 22/04/2000

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