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Alex Bilodeau

[ Tue, 2010-05-04 13:25 ]
Alex Bilodeau
Canada’s Olympic gold medalist in men’s moguls, Alexandre Bilodeau, is scheduled to teach ski camps at Whistler this summer.

Alexandre Bilodeau, the first Canadian ever to win gold on home soil at the Vancouver Games, is an icon in his country. This summer, the moguls champion will coach young skiers at the 19th Annual Momentum Camp held in Whistler, BC—a camp that he attended as a preteen.

[ Mon, 2010-02-15 15:32 ]
Courtesy of 2010.johnbiehler.com, Flickr
Alex Bilodeau storms the men's moguls event to top the podium

This is why we watch the Olympics. Yeah, the stakes are high and the competition is amazing, but the real catch are those tearjerker stories. So far, there has been no better sob story than Canada's. Our neighbors up north are wizards in the winter sports, yet in neither of the two previous Olympics held in Canada—Montreal in '76 and Calgary in '88—has a homegrown Canadian won gold on native soil.

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