Brian Rowland

Brian Rowland

Para-Alpine Athlete

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Brian Rowland
About Brian
Location March 14, 1986
Location Merrickville, ON
Club Calabogie Peaks
Year Team Member Since 2020
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World Cup Ranking

#41st - Slalom 2022
#40th - Giant Slalom 2022
#24th - Super-G 2022
#21st - Downhill 2022

Medal Highlights

3rd Downhill- IPC World Cup Sella Nevea, ITA (2023)
4th Slalom- Nor-Am Cup Panorama, CAN (2021)
9th Super-G- IPC World Cup Steinach am Brenner, AUT (2021)
2nd Giant Slalom- 2019 Canada Winter Games Red Deer, CAN (2019)

Brian Rowland joined Team Canada in 2019 after winning the silver medal at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, AB. He competes in the sitting category due to a motorcycle injury he suffered in 2015. However, the injury did not slow him down, as he continues to surf, mountain bike, and JetSki when he is off the slopes.

Rowland, 1986-born, captured his first World Cup podium in the final race of the 2022-23 season, skiing to a third-place finish in the men’s sitting downhill event.

Before his injury, Brian looked up to Terry Fox, the Canadian runner who ran across Canada to raise awareness for cancer research, and this admiration continues to inspire Brian to mentor young athletes.


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