Braydon Luscombe

Braydon Luscombe

Para-Alpine Athlete

Photo Caption Photo: Marcus Hartmann

Braydon Luscombe
About Braydon
Location Duncan, B.C.
Club B.C. Para-Alpine
Year Team Member Since 2011
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World Cup Ranking

#18th - Overall 2017-18
#16th - Slalom 2017-18
#19th - Giant Slalom 2017-18
#9th - Downhill 2017-18

Medal Highlights

3rd Downhill - IPC World Cup Tignes, FRA (2016)
5th Slalom – IPC World Cup Sochi, RUS (2013)
2nd Slalom – Canada Winter Games Halifax, N.S. (2011)
Champion National Giant Slalom (2013)
3rd - Downhill - IPC World Cup Finals (2018)

Braydon Luscombe made the Canadian Para Alpine Ski Team in 2011 and achieved consistent top-10 finishes at IPC World Cup and World Championship events since his first World Cup season (2012). He also became the men’s Canadian giant slalom champion in 2013. He had his leg amputated after contracting necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease) as a child and competes in the standing category. In the 2015-16 season, Luscombe skied to a career-first podium finish. Luscombe attended his third Paralympic Games in 2018 and finished with an eighth-place finish in the super-G. He also hit the podium at the World Cup Finals in the downhill.


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