Laurence St-Germain burst onto the World Cup scene in 2015, when she finished in the top-30 in Aspen, Colorado. The slalom specialist continues to develop as part of a strong women’s slalom team for Canada. In 2021-22, she placed in the top-30 in seven different races and finished 15th in the overall slalom standings.
While she exploded onto the world stage, she did so while pursuing a computer science degree at the University of Vermont and racing on the NCAA circuit and has gone on to pursue a second degree in biomedical engineering. In addition, the St. Ferréol-les-Neiges, Quebec native competed at the 2018 Olympic Games, where she finished 15th in the slalom and the 2022 Beijing Games where she finished 17th.