Erik Guay

Erik Guay

Alpine Athlete

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Erik Guay
About Erik
Location August 5, 1981
Location Mont-Tremblant, Que
Club Month Tremblant Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 1998
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World Cup Ranking

#16th - Overall 2017
#5th - Downhill 2017
#9th - Super-G 2017

Medal Highlights

World Champion Super-G (2017)
World Championship Downhill Silver Medallist (2017)
Word Champion Downhill (2011)
Word Cup Crystal Globe Super-G (2010)
25 World Cup podiums

Guay, of Mont Tremblant, Que., made history when he tied and then broke ‘Crazy Canuck’ Steve Podborski's Canadian record for World Cup podium finishes. After the 2016-17, Guay now has 25 World Cup podiums to his name. Guay is the most decorated Canadian alpine World Cup racer of all time, and is also the 2017 World Super-G Champion, 2017 World Championship downhil silver medallist, 2011 World Downhill Champion, 2010 super G Crystal Globe winner. At the 2010 Olympics, Guay was just 0.03 seconds from a bronze medal in the super G, finishing fifth, and he placed 10th in downhill at the 2014 Olympics. Outside skiing, Guay is a proud husband and father, a motor racing enthusiast, as well as a keen hockey player and Montreal Canadiens fan.


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