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

#12 - Slalom 2019

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)

Erin Mielzynski is a veteran of the National Team and slalom specialist. In March 2012 she made history in Ofterschwang, GER, when she became the first Canadian since Kathy Kreiner’s victory in January 1974 to win a World Cup slalom race. She followed that outstanding result with her second career World Cup podium in 2013, placing third. Mielzynski narrowly missed a top-five slalom finish at the 2015 FIS World Championships in Vail/ Beaver Creek, Colorado, ending up in sixth. Mielzynski was Canada’s captain for the 2015 FIS World Championships team event that claimed a silver medal. Mielzynski’s 2017-18 season was one of her most consistent to date, finishing in the top-15 six times and jumped into the top-15 overall World Cup slalom ranking (up from 24th-place in the 2016-17 season). She attended her third Olympic Games and finished 11th in the slalom. She capped off the season winning Female Athlete of the Year at the Audi 2018 Canadian Ski Racing Awards and the Canadian National Championship slalom title.


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