Laurence St-Germain burst onto the World Cup scene in 2015 when she finished in the top-30 in Aspen, Colorado. The slalom specialist has established herself as one of the world’s best in the event, winning the World Championship title in 2023 in Courchevel Méribel, FRA.
Outside of her World Championship gold medal, the St. Ferréol-les-Neiges, Quebec native has consistently performed on the World Cup circuit. In 2021-22, she placed in the Top 30 in seven different races and finished 15th in the overall slalom standings. Meanwhile, the 2022-23 season saw her match the Top 30 finishes while earning a career-best 5th place finish in the slalom in Åre, SWE.
The 1994-born skier exploded onto the world stage while pursuing a computer science degree at the University of Vermont and racing on the NCAA circuit. Since then, she has pursued a second degree in biomedical engineering.
St-Germain made her Olympic debut at the PyeongChang 2018 Games, finishing 15th in the slalom, and reached a similar mark at her second games at Beijing 2022, finishing 17th. In the 2023-24 World Cup season, she will look to draw on her World Championship triumph and earn her first World Cup podium finishes.
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