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 - Giant Slalom 2019
#18 - Super-G 2019

Medal Highlights

11th Alpine Combined - FIS World Ski Championships St. Moritz, SUI (2017)
16th Downhill - FIS World Cup Lake Louise, CAN (2017)
11th Giant Slalom - FIS World Cup Sölden, AUT (2018)
5th Super G - FIS World Cup Lake Louise, CAN (2018)
4th Super G - FIS World Cup Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA (2019)

At the age of 23, Valérie competed in her first Olympic Games, starting in giant slalom, super-G, downhill, and Alpine Combined. Valérie put down one of the best Canadian female results in the Olympic Alpine Combined, finishing in sixth place. She embraced the full World Cup circuit, racing in both tech and speed disciplines, capturing three top-30 results in the 2017/18 season, including a 15th place in the Alpine Combined in Lenzerheide (SUI). Val took the momentum created from the previous season onto the World Cup tour for 2018/19. Starting the season off with a bang, Valérie finished 11th in the Giant Slalom season opener in Soelden (AUT). She then shone in front of the home crowd, claiming 5th place in the Lake Louise (CAN) Super G. Val then went on to the better her top World Cup finish by narrowly missing the podium in the Cortina d'Ampezza Super-G, finishing in 4th place. Although injury took Valérie out for the remainder of 2018/19 and the 2019/20 season, she goes into the 2020/21 season ready to prove she can compete with the best on any given day. 


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