Alpine Canada Announces Team for 2023 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships

Calgary, Alta. (February 04, 2023) — Alpine Canada officially announced today the athletes who will represent Canada at the 2023 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Courchevel and Méribel, France.

“Our women have had some special moments this season,” said Karin Harjo, Head Coach of Canada’s Women Alpine Ski Team. “This group really supports and pushes each other to be better every day. Val’s World Cup win was an amazing moment for the team that served to reinforce the possibilities that come from hard work and determination. We believe that the best is yet to come for this amazing group of athletes.” 

“It has been an exciting World Cup season so far and the team is showing that they are ready to build on the podiums from last season,” said Mark Tilston, Head Coach of Canada’s Men’s Alpine Ski Team. “Jack’s two podiums, Cam and Broderick in the top 10 in Kitzbühel, Jeff’s seventh place last week, are some of the team’s highlights, and signs of what’s to come for this group. The guys have been training and racing hard and are rounding into form for these world championships.”

“Congratulations to the amazing athletes who have qualified for these world championships,” said Therese Brisson, President and CEO of Alpine Canada. “I join all Canadians in looking forward to the unforgettable moments this team will create over the next two weeks in Courchevel/Méribel.”

First Last Hometown Prov Ski Club World Championships
Ali Nullmeyer Toronto ON Georgian Peaks 3rd
Amelia Smart Invermere BC Panorama 3rd
Britt Richardson Canmore AB Calgary Alpine Racing 1st
Broderick Thompson Whistler BC Whistler Mountain 2nd
Brodie Seger North Vancouver BC Whistler Mountain 3rd
Cameron Alexander North Vancouver BC Whistler Mountain 1st
Erik Read Canmore AB Banff Alpine Racers 5th
James Crawford Toronto ON Georgian Peaks 3rd
Jeffrey Read Canmore AB Banff Alpine Racers 3rd
Laurence St-Germain St. Ferréol-les-Neiges QC Mont Orignal 8th
Marie-Michèle Gagnon Lac-Etchemin QC Mont Orignal 8th
*Trevor Philip Calgary AB Banff Alpine Racers 6th
Valérie Grenier Mont-Tremblant QC Mont-Tremblant 5th

*Trevor Philp qualified for the world championships however is unable to compete due to injury.

Championship racing begins Monday February 6th with the women’s combined and wraps up with the men’s slalom on Sunday February 19th.  For more information on the world championships, including the full schedule, please visit the FIS website at

CBC Sports will be providing extensive coverage of these world championships. To learn more, please visit CBC Sport at

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For more information or media inquiries please contact:

Mark Halliday
Alpine Canada
403 777 3204

About Alpine Canada

Alpine Canada is the governing body for alpine, para-alpine, and ski cross racing in Canada, as well as for Canadian ski coaches, providing education, certification, insurance, and compliance with the coaching code of conduct. With the support of valued corporate partners and donors, along with the Government of Canada, Own the Podium, the Canadian Olympic Committee, and the Coaching Association of Canada, Alpine Canada develops Olympic, Paralympic, World Championship, and World Cup athletes to stimulate visibility, inspiration, and growth in the ski community.


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