Erik Read

Erik Read

Alpine Athlete

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Erik Read
About Erik
Location May 31, 1991
Location Canmore, Alta.
Club Banff Alpine Racers
Year Team Member Since 2011
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World Cup Ranking

#23 - Giant Slalom 2020
#35 - Slalom 2020

Medal Highlights

2nd Team Event - FIS World Championships Vail/Beaver Creek, USA (2015)
8th - Giant Slalom FIS World Cup Val d'Isere, FRA (2016)
6th - Alpine Combined FIS World Cup Santa Caterina, ITA (2017)
7th - Slalom FIS World Cup Kitzbuhuel, AUT (2017)
7th - Giant Slalom FIS World Cup Soelden, AUT (2019)
11th- Slalom FIS World Cup Madonna di Campiglio, ITA (2020)
11th- Slalom FIS World Cup Adelboden, SUI (2020)

Erik Read has been one of the leaders on the men’s Canadian Alpine Ski Team for the last few years, regularly ablaze since his debut in 2011. Although he has raced on the world stage for nearly a decade, he only shifted his full-focus to ski racing following his graduation from the University of Denver in May 2019. He represented Canada at the Olympic Games for the first time in 2018, where he finished 11th in the giant slalom and 29th in the slalom. While the Alberta native’s career has been full of highlights, his best came in 2019 when he finished 7th in the giant slalom in Soelden, en route to being named the 2019/20 Alpine Canada Alpine Male Athlete of the Year. On race days, Erik relies on his trustworthy lucky ski socks, a pair he has used for years, albeit washing them regularly. Erik’s younger brother Jeff is also on the team and the two are the sons of legendary Crazy Canuck, Ken Read.


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