Asher Jordan joined the Canadian development program in 2018, where he skied to top-20 finishes on the Nor-Am circuit. The North Vancouverite, known as AJ to his teammates, skied for Team BC in 2019-20 and represented Canada at the World Junior Championships before his debut World Cup start in Adelboden, SUI.
The man who once carried an ostrich pillow in his suitcase was back with a bang in the 2021-22 season after an injury sidelined his skiing before finally securing his first World Cup points in 2022-23 with a 20th-place finish in the giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, SLO.
After finishing the 2022-23 season ranked third in the Nor-Am Cup overall rankings and first in giant slalom, the Whistler Mountain Ski Club alumnus looks to establish himself at the highest level further, building on his 25th World Cup starts.
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