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Mogul Team Retirements

Jun. 4, 2018

Audrey Robichaud​

NATIONAL TEAM SINCE: 2005

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • ​8th at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Games
  • 10th at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games
  • Over 100 FIS World Cup starts

 

 

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Marc-Antoine Gagnon​

NATIONAL TEAM SINCE: 2009

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 4th at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games
  • 2015 FIS World Championships bronze medallist (dual moguls)
  • 2015 Dual Moguls Canadian National Champion

 

 

SIMON POULIOT-CAVANAGH

NATIONAL TEAM SINCE: 2010

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 6nd overall in the 2015 FIS World Cup standings
  • 2nd at the 2015 FIS World Cup in Calgary
  • 3rd at teh 2013 FIS World Cup in Sierra Nevada, Spain

 

 

Alex-Anne Gagnon​

NATIONAL TEAM SINCE: 2013

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 2015 Dual Moguls National Champion
  • 4th at the 2015 FIS World Cup in Tazawako, Japan (dual moguls)
  • 5th at the 2015 FIS World Cup in Ruka, Finland (dual moguls)

 

 

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Luke Ulsifer​

NATIONAL TEAM SINCE: 2011

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 1st at the 2015 FIS NorAm in Apex (moguls)
  • 1st on both days of the 2015 Apex Canadian Open Tour (moguls)
  • 24th at the 2015 FIS World Cup in Lake Placid (moguls)

 

 

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Matt Joosten​

NATIONAL TEAM SINCE: 2014

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Being named to the national team in 2014
  • 2nd at the 2015 FIS NorAm at Killington
  • 4th at the 2015 FIS NorAM at Deer Valley

 

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