Brady Leman

Brady Leman

Ski Cross Athlete

Photo Caption Photo: GEPA

Brady Leman
About Brady
Location October 16, 1986
Location Calgary, Alta.
Club Calgary Alpine Racing Club
Year Team Member Since 2008
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World Cup Ranking

#11 - Ski Cross 2018

Medal Highlights

1st Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang (2018)
1st FIS World Cup Blue Mountain, Ont. (2012)
1st FIS World Cup Innichen/San Candido, ITA (2011)
2nd FIS World Cup Montafon, AUT (2016)
2nd FIS World Cup Innichen/San Candido, ITA (2016)
1st FIS World Cup Finals Blue Mountain, CAN (2017)

Brady Leman is a veteran leader on the Canadian Ski Cross Team and was instrumental in helping the team clinch the Nations Cup in the 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. The 2016-17 season was a highlight for Leman, claiming seven World Cup podiums, including two victories, and finishing the season ranked second overall. Since switching to ski cross in 2008, Leman has had an extremely successful career, highlighted by 22 World Cup podiums, X-Games gold in 2015 and bronze in 2010, claiming two top-three overall season finishes (third in 2015-16, second in 2016-17). At the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, Leman became the first Canadian male to win Olympic medal in ski cross with his gold medal performance. Leman has solidified his position as one of top ski cross athletes in the world and continues to lead Canada Ski Cross as the best nation in the sport. Starting the 2018-19 season with strength and determination, Leman climbed on the podium, winning a bronze medal in Innichen, ITA, in late December and won the Blue Mountain World Cup event in January, a sweet victory on home soil. He then climbed on the second step of the podium in early February at the World Championships in Park City, Utah.


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