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
Social Media

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

Erik 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 had 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 downhill silver medallist, 2011 World Downhill Champion and 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. Guay missed out on attending what would have been his fourth Olympic Games in 2018 when a back injury sidelined him for the majority of the season.


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