Jack Crawford grew up skiing in Georgian Peaks, Ont. but moving to Whistler, B.C. to finish off his youth skiing career set him up to be one of the world’s best. After debuting with the Canadian World Cup team in 2016, Crawford joined the sport’s stars in 2021-22, finishing top-10 six times, while earning a super-G silver medal in Kvitfjell, NOR.
His brightest moment, however, came under the spotlight of the Beijing 2022 Olympic Games, as he finished fourth in the downhill before taking the bronze in what might end up being the final edition of the Olympic alpine combined. Then, stepping on the Olympic podium, he became the first Canadian to win an alpine medal since Jan Hudec in 2014.
In 2022-23, the 25-year-old Toronto, Ont. native has high hopes as he looks to challenge skiing’s best weekly in the search for overall World cup titles.
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