Valérie Grenier

Valérie Grenier

Alpine Athlete

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Valérie Grenier
About Valérie
Location October 30, 1996
Location Mont-Tremblant, QC
Club Mont Tremblant
Year Team Member Since 2015
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World Cup Ranking

#28 - Alpine Combined 2018
#51 - Super-G 2018

Medal Highlights

1st Giant Slalom - Nor-Am Cup Burke Mountain, USA (2015)
1st Downhill - Canadian National Championships Whistler, B.C. (2016)
1st Downhill - FIS Junior World Ski Championships Sochi, RUS (2016)
3rd Giant Slalom - FIS Junior World Ski Championships Hafjell, NOR (2015)
1st Giant Slalom - Canadian National Championships Whistler, CAN (2017)
16th World Cup Downhill Lake Louise, CAN (2017)
11th World Cup Giant Slalom Sölden, AUT (2018)

Valérie Grenier began making a name for herself on the international circuit at 19-years-old. She turned heads when she placed 13th in the St. Moritz, SUI super-G in 2015; her third World Cup start. She then solidified her place on the international circuit when she claimed first-place in the downhill, second-place in the super-G and seventh-place in the giant slalom events at the 2016 World Junior Championships. Grenier also had a strong 2015-16 season on the Nor-Am circuit, finishing second overall. Grenier's 2016-17 season started with a bang when she landed top-30 World Cup finishes in downhill, super-G, giant slalom and slalom disciplines. In the 2017-18 season, Grenier competed in her first Olympic Games, starting in giant slalom, super-G, downhill and alpine combined. Grenier put down one of the best Canadian female results in the Olympic alpine combined, finishing in sixth-place. Grenier embraced the full World Cup circuit, racing in both tech and speed disciplines, capturing three top-30 results this season. She finished off the season as the giant slalom Canadian Champion. To start the 2018-19 season, Valerie scored an outstanding 11th place at Sölden’s first World Cup of the season, her own personal best result.


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