Alana Ramsay from Calgary, Alta., began skiing at six-years-old. Ramsay had a career-best 2015-16 season, landing her first podium finishes. Due to her incredible breakout season, she was named the female para-athlete of the year at the 2016 Canadian Ski Racing awards. During the 2015-16 World Cup Finals, she placed top-four in all events, hitting the podium in giant slalom, slalom and super G. She followed up her breakout season with a fantastic 2016-17 season, including four podiums at the IPC World Championships. She also landed five World Cup wins throughout the year.
In March 2017, Ramsay raced the Para alpine World Cup Final, the test event on the course that will be used for the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games, in South Korea. She earned silver and bronze in the two Super Gs, silver in the downhill and bronze in the giant slalom.
She was crowned the Crystal Globe winner as the season champion in the downhill and slalom and ranked third in the super G and overall.