Birth Place: Quebec City, QC
Hometown: Quebec City, QC
National Team Since: 2005
Home Club: Le Relais
Sponsors: Quebec Stevedoring/Arrimage Québec, Volkl, Marker, Dalbello, Scott, Usana, Performance Bégin, 32 Mars
It has been quite a career for Audrey Robichaud who went from hating the thought of skiing on moguls as a kid to being a two-time Olympian. Audrey was first put on skis at the age of four and would make the switch to bumps at seven.
Freestyle skiing was not something she wanted to do or had even asked to do, but her parents thought it would be a good idea to try something new. Although she was proven wrong, Audrey thought she would be the only girl on the team at Le Relais in Quebec and that did not appeal to her.
After realizing other girls would be on the team, Audrey was thrilled to be competing quickly progressed through the sport by making the Quebec provincial team at 13 and then the national team at 16.
In her first full season competing on the World Cup circuit, Audrey won the FIS Rookie of the Year award and the very next year she would go on to represent Canada at the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Games placing in eighth.
Audrey would become an Olympian for the second time in her career in 2014 when she competed once again in moguls. Since joining the team, Audrey has started in over 100 FIS World Cups to date.