Marie-Michèle Gagnon

Marie-Michèle Gagnon

Alpine Athlete

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Marie-Michèle Gagnon
About Marie-Michèle
Location April 25, 1989
Location Lac-Etchemin, Que.
Club Mont Orignal
Year Team Member Since 2007
Social Media

World Cup Ranking

#16th - Downhill 2021
#11th - Super-G 2021

Medal Highlights

9th Downhill - FIS World Cup Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER (2022)
5th Downhill - FIS World Cup Zauchensee, AUT (2022)
6th Super G - FIS World Ski Championships Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA (2021)
3rd Slalom – FIS World Cup Are, SWE (2012)
1st Super combined – FIS World Cup Altenmarkt/Zauchensee, AUT (2013)
3rd Slalom - FIS World Cup Crans Montana, SWE (2016)
1st Super combined - FIS World Cup Soldeu, AND (2016)
6th Super G - FIS World Cup St. Moritz, SUI (2018)

Marie-Michèle Gagnon has been a part of the Canadian Ski Team since she was 18-years old, and in recent year has become one of the team leaders. “Mitch,” as many know her, has stood on the podium 4-times on the FIS World Cup tour, with a pair of Alpine Combined gold medals highlighting her career. A multi-disciplined racer, Gagnon began focusing on speed events in 2017 but fell to injury in Lake Louise, Alberta. When she returned, she did not miss a beat, finding herself in the top-15 a handful of times in the past two seasons. Outside of skiing, the Lac-Etchemin, QC, native is an outdoor-junkie, who splits her time between mountain biking, ski touring, paddle boarding, surfing, hiking and other outdoor activities. Heading into 2020/21, Gagnon is hoping to top her 2020 success of 12-top-30 results that included a 13th place finish in the Bansko downhill.


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