Trevor Philp

Trevor Philp

Alpine Athlete

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Trevor Philp
About Trevor
Location May 1, 1992
Location Calgary, Alta.
Club Banff Alpine Racers
Year Team Member Since 2012
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World Cup Ranking

#25 - Giant Slalom 2019
#41 - Slalom 2019
#11 - Alpine Combined 2019

Medal Highlights

2nd Team Event - FIS World Championships Vail/Beaver Creek, USA (2015)
1st - Giant Slalom Nor-Am Cup Mont Ste-Marie, CAN (2017)
5th - Alpine Combined FIS World Cup Bansko, BUL (2019)
8th - Giant Slalom FIS World Cup Kranjska Gora, SLO (2019)

Trevor Philp is part of an emerging group of Canadian technical racers who are establishing themselves on the World Cup circuit. He made his World Cup debut during the 2011-12 season while he balanced his NCAA studies at the University of Denver. Philp competed at both the junior and senior World Championships in 2013 and won that year’s giant slalom Canadian Championship title. At the 2015 FIS World Championships in Vail/Beaver Creek, Philp was an integral part of the Canadian Team that nabbed silver in the team event. In the 2015-16 season, Philp was crowned Canadian Champion in giant slalom and alpine combined, and had a season-best 14th-place finish in the Kitzbuehel, AUT slalom. In the 2016-17 season, Philp wasn’t able to crack the top-30 but bounced back in the 2017-18 season picking up four top-30 results, including a personal-best 11th-place finish in the Beaver Creek, CO giant slalom. He went to his second Olympic Games and finished 18th in the giant slalom. Philp capped off the season winning the Canadian Championship title in giant slalom for the fourth year in a row.


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