Kevin Drury

Kevin Drury

Ski Cross Athlete

Photo Caption Photo: GEPA

Kevin Drury
About Kevin
Location July 20, 1988
Location Toronto, ON
Club Georgian Peaks Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2016
Social Media

World Cup Ranking

#17 - Ski Cross 2022

Medal Highlights

10th Ski Cross- FIS World Cup Alleghe, ITA (2024)
10th Ski Cross- FIS World Cup Nakiska, CAD (2024)
5th Ski Cross- FIS World Ski Championships Bakuriani, GEO (2023)
4th Ski Cross- FIS World Cup Reiteralm, AUT (2023)
6th Ski Cross- FIS World Cup Idre Fjäll, SWE (2023)
Crystal Globe Winner 2020
3rd World Ski Championships Solitude, USA (2019)
4th Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang, KOR (2018)
13 World Cup Podiums (2015-22)

When Kevin charges down a racecourse, he is a force to be reckoned with. His technical skill is astounding, but his strength and power put him above and beyond the rest. “Quadzilla,” as his teammates call him, switched to ski cross after a star-studded NCAA alpine career. A Canadian Ski Cross team member since 2016, Kevin quickly adapted from racing the clock in alpine to competing in head-to-head competition in Ski Cross. With Team Canada, he has earned 13 World Cup podiums, including a silver medal at home in Nakiska in 2022 and seven during the 2019-20 season, leading him to be crowned the Overall FIS SX Crystal Globe Winner that season, a feat that had never been awarded to a Canadian male. Topping off his 2019-20 season, Drury also won Alpine Canada’s Ski Cross Male Athlete of the Year.

Since winning the Crystal Globe, the now 35-year-old has transitioned into one of the team's veteran leaders, particularly after the retirement of 2014 Olympic Champion Brady Leman. Entering his eighth season on the ski cross world cup tour in 2023-24, Drury will look to build on his February 2023 fourth-place finish in Reiteralm, AUT, his first big final appearance since the Nakiska podium.


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