Philip Brown

Philip Brown

Alpine Athlete

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Philip Brown
About Philip
Location September 11, 1991
Location Toronto, Ont
Club Craigleith Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2011
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World Cup Ranking

#51 - Slalom 2018

Medal Highlights

1st – Slalom Canadian Championships Whistler, B.C. (2015)
1st – Giant Slalom Nor-Am Cup Nakiska, Alta. (2013)
3rd – Combined World Junior Ski Championships Crans Montana, SUI (2011)
23rd - Slalom FIS World Cup Kitzbuhuel, AUT (2017)
1st - Giant Slalom Nor-Am Cup Panorama, CAN (2017)

A standout performer at the 2011 World Junior Championships, where he picked up a bronze medal in the combined event, Phil Brown is regarded as one of Canada’s future stars. He made his World Cup debut in giant slalom in 2012. In the 2012-13 season, Brown won the Nor-Am Cup giant slalom title. At the 2015 FIS World Championships in Vail/ Beaver Creek, Brown was part of the Canadian Team that nabbed a silver medal in the team event. In the 2015-16 season, Brown was crowned the Canadian Champion in slalom and skied to a top-30 finish in the Beaver Creek (U.S.A.) World Cup giant slalom race. In the 2016-17 season, Brown found the top-30 in a World Cup slalom race at Kitzbuhuel, AUT. He excelled on the Nor-Am Cup circuit winning the overall title and the giant slalom title. In 2018, Brown attended his second Olympic Games, finishing 27th in the giant slalom and 22nd in the slalom. Brown had a season-best 22nd-place World Cup result in the Wengen, SUI slalom.


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