Alana Ramsay

Alana Ramsay

Para-Alpine Athlete

Photo Caption Photo: Roger Witney

Alana Ramsay
About Alana
Location December 22, 1994
Location Calgary, Alta
Club CADS Alberta
Year Team Member Since 2015
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World Cup Ranking

#6th - Overall 2018-19
#4th - Slalom 2018-19
#7th - Giant Slalom 2018-19

Medal Highlights

Bronze Super Combined - Paralympic Winter Games Beijing, CHN (2022)
Bronze Super-G - Paralympic Winter Games Beijing, CHN (2022)
Bronze - Super-G PyeongChang 2018
Bronze - Super Combined PyeongChang 2018
10th Slalom - IPC World Championships Lilliehammer, NOR (2021)
2nd - Giant Slalom - IPC World Championships (2019)
3rd - Slalom - IPC World Cup Finals (2019)
1st - Downhill - IPC World Cup Finals (2018)
1st - Super-G - IPC World Cup Finals (2018)

Alana Ramsay has been on skis since she was six-years-old. Her breakout year came in 2015/16 when she landed her first podium on the Para-Alpine World Cup circuit. Following that season, the native of Calgary, AB won the Canadian Ski Racing Award for “Female Para-Athlete of the Year.” After breaking onto the scene, she made sure everyone knew her name with four podium finishes at the 2017 Para-Alpine World Championships. Ramsay made her Paralympic debut in 2014, but her first Paralympic medals came in 2018 with bronze in super-G and super combined. In 2022 she topped this accomplishment by successfully defending them both. At 28, expect to see more of her this season.


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