Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Alpine Athlete

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Manuel Osborne-Paradis
About Manuel
Location February 8, 1984
Location Vancouver, B.C.
Club Whistler Mountain Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2004
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World Cup Ranking

#29th - Overall 2017
#11th - Downhill 2017
#20th - Super G 2017

Medal Highlights

Bronze - Super-G St. Moritz - World Championships (2017)
1st – Downhill Val Gardena - Groeden, ITA (2009)
1st - Super-G Lake Louise, CAN (2009)
1st - Downhill Kvitfjell, NOR (2009)

A richly talented speed skier who is famed for his fun-loving, larger-than-life personality, 'Manny' has three World Cup wins to his name – including his famous victory in Lake Louise, Alta., in 2009. The North Vancouver, B.C. native grew up skiing in Whistler, B.C., but now lives and trains in Invermere, B.C. Manny enjoyed a superb comeback season in 2012-13, narrowly missing a downhill podium in Kvitfjell, Norway, and claiming the Canadian downhill title. During the 2014-15 season Manny nabbed two second-place finishes at the downhill events in Lake Louise and Kvitfjell, Norway. Osborne-Paradis captured bronze in super-G at the 2017 World Championships in St. Moritz. Away from the ski hill, Osborne-Paradis is known for his community work, which includes running an annual ski camp for kids with former teammate, Mike Janyk in Whistler. 


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