Erin Mielzynski

Erin Mielzynski

Alpine Athlete

Photo Caption Photo: GEPA

Erin Mielzynski
About Erin
Location May 25, 1990
Location Collingwood, Ont.
Club Georgian Peaks Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2008
Social Media

World Cup Ranking

#16 - Slalom 2021

Medal Highlights

5th Slalom – FIS World Cup Are, SWE (2012)
1st Slalom – FIS World Cup Ofterschwang, GER (2012)
3rd Slalom – FIS World Cup Zagreb, CRO (2013)
2nd Team Event - FIS World Championships Vail/Beaver Creek, USA (2015)
4th Slalom - FIS World Cup Aspen, USA (2016)
24th Slalom - FIS World Cup Are, Sweden (2021)

One of the veterans on the women’s team, Erin Mielzynski excels not only skiing on snow but the water as well. She skied on water and snow as a young kid and even won silver at the World Junior Water-Skiing Championship in 2006. She gave up the water skis in 2008 when she joined the Canadian Alpine Ski team full time. Since then, she has had tremendous success on the largest stages, most notably winning the slalom race in 2012 in Ofterschwang, Germany, becoming the first Canadian to win a technical event since Kathy Kreiner in 1974. The Guelph, ON native has competed in three Olympic Games and has finished on two World Cup podiums in her career. 


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