Amelia Smart

Amelia Smart

Alpine Athlete

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Amelia Smart
About Amelia
Location August 1, 1998
Location Invermere
Club Panorama Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2015
Social Media

World Cup Ranking

#2 - Slalom (Nor-Am Cup) 2019
#12 - Giant Slalom (Nor-Am Cup) 2019
#7 - Overall (Nor-Am Cup) 2019
#57 - Slalom (World Cup) 2019

Medal Highlights

1st - Giant Slalom, Nor-Am Cup Panorama, CAN (2016)
1st - Alpine Combined, Nor-Am Cup Panorama, CAN (2016)
28th - Slalom, World Cup Courchevel, FRA (2018)
1st - Slalom, Nor-Am Cup Stowe Mountain Resort / Spruce Peake, USA (2019)
1st - Slalom, Nor-Am Cup Snow King Mountain Resort, USA (2019)
7th - Slalom, FIS Junior World Ski Championships Val di Fassa, ITA (2019)

Amelia Smart made the Canadian Alpine Development Team in 2015. At the 2016 Youth Olympic Winter Games, Smart captured a top-ten finish in the alpine combined race. She had six top-ten finishes on the Nor-Am Cup circuit in the 2015-16 season, including a podium at the Panorama giant slalom Nor-Am, claiming the slalom overall title for 2016. At the 2016 National Championships, Smart finished fourth in both the alpine combined and slalom races. In the 2016-17 season, Smart claimed the overall giant slalom Nor-Am Cup title. In the 2017-18 season, Smart raced a mix of World Cup, Nor-Am Cup, NCAA and FIS races, focusing on slalom and giant slalom. She captured three slalom podiums on the Nor-Am Cup circuit and was named the National Women’s Alpine Skier of the Year by the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association. Smart capped off her freshman career by winning both the NCAA slalom and giant slalom titles. 


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