Cameron Alexander

Cameron Alexander

Alpine Athlete

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Cameron Alexander
About Cameron
Location May 31, 1997
Location North Vancouver, B.C.
Club Whistler Mountain Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2018
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World Cup Ranking

#23 - Downhill (World Cup) 2023

Medal Highlights

5th Super-G - FIS World Cup Kvitfjell, NOR (2024)
3rd Downhill- FIS World Cup Kvitfjell, NOR (2024)
5th Downhill- FIS World Cup Kitzbühel, AUT (2024)
3rd- Downhill FIS Ski World Cup Bormio, ITA (2023)
3rd- Downhill FIS World Ski Championships Courchevel Méribel, FRA (2023)
1st Downhill - European Cup Kvitfjell, NOR (2022)
2nd Super G - European Cup Kvitfjell, NOR (2022)
19th - Downhill FIS World Cup Wengen, SUI (2020)
27th - Downhill FIS World Cup Kitzbuehel, AUT (2020)
27th - Downhill FIS World Cup Garmish Patenkirchen, GER (2020)
10th - Downhill FIS World Cup Kvitfjell, NOR (2020)
1st Downhill - Nor-Am Cup Lake Louise, CAN (2019)

Cameron, the eldest of the Alexander brother’s, is determined to succeed. “Cam”, as his friends and teammates call him, has dealt with tough injuries throughout his career, but it hasn’t stopped him from achieving excellence.

The North Vancouver, B.C. native captured his first World Cup win in 2021-22 topping the podium in the downhill in Kvitfjell, NOR, after missing out on the Beijing 2022 Olympic squad, earning Canada’s first gold in downhill since Erik Guay won on the same slope in 2014. In 2022-23, he continued his strong form, winning a downhill bronze medal at the 2023 World Championships in Courchevel-Méribel, FRA.

Much of his success has come after he suffered an injury in Val-d'Isère, FRA, in December 2020, which kept him out of action for the rest of the 2020-21 season. Having linked together a couple of strong seasons, the 1997-born speed specialist will aim for further podium finishes on the World Cup circuit in 2023-24.


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