Hall of Famer
Felix Belczyk was a ten year veteran of the Canadian National Alpine Ski team from 1982 to 1992. He was the first North American competitor to win A Super-G event in World Cup competition. He skied for Canadian at the Olympic Games in 1988 at Calgary and 1992 at Albertville, France and was a four time member of the World Championship team in 1985,1987, 1989 and 1991.
1st place, Canadian Downhill Skiing Championship.
3rd place, World Cup Downhill event in Are, Sweden.
1st place, Canadian Super-G Championship.
1st place, World Cup Super-G event in Leukerbad, Switzerland.
3rd place, Olympic Games Combined Downhill event, Calgary Alberta.
4th place, World Cup Downhill event, Kitzbuhel, Austria.
1st place, British Downhill Champion.
Professional Racing Results
1st place, Jeep King of the Mountain Professional Downhill event, Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
1st place, Jeep King of the Mountain Professional Downhill event, Sugarbush, Vermont.
3rd place, Jeep King of the Mountain Professional Downhill event, Snowbird, Utah.
1st place, Jeep King of the Mountain professional Downhill event, Vail, Colorado.
Saudan Couloir Professional Ski Race Extreme, Blackcomb, British Columbia.
3rd place overall, Jeep King of the Mountain Professional Tour.
2nd place overall, King of the Mountain Professional Tour.
2nd place, Aspen Extreme 24 hour endurance race event, Aspen, Colorado.
10th place, World Technical Skiing Championship, Blackcomb, British Columbia.
1st place, Aspen Extreme 24 hour endurance race event, Aspen, Colorado.
Other skiing activities
Director, Belczyk Public & Corporate Ski Camps, Blackcomb and Mount Washington, British Columbia.
Board Member (Male Athletes Representative) Alpine Canada.
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Felix Belczyk. Alpine Canada Alpin
National Alpine Men’s Ski Team c. 1983 [L to R]: Scott Shaver, Steve Podborski, Todd Brooker, Robin McLeish, Felix Belczyk, Chris Kent. Alpine Canada Alpin / Alec Pytlowany.
Men’s National Alpine Ski Team 1984-85 [top row]: Todd Brooker, Gary Athans, Felix Belczyk, Chris Kent [bottom row]: Paul Boivin, Scott Shaver, Chris McIver, Don Stevens. Alpine Canada Alpin.
National Alpine Ski Team 1985-86 [top row]: Todd Brooker, ?, Mike Tommy, Derek Thussler, Gary Athans, Alain Villiard, Paul Boivin, Don Stevens, Don Lyon (coach), Currie Chapman (coach), Max Gartner (coach), Carl Petersen (Fitness Co-ordinator) [2nd row]: Piotr Jelen (coach), Germain Barrette (coach), Bruce Henry (coach), ?, Felix Belczyk, Rob Boyd, Istvan Balyi, Glenn Wurtele [3rd row]: Jim Kirby, Andréa Bédard, Jim Read, Chris Kent, Brian Stemmle, Dan Moar, Chris McIver, Diana Haight, Scott Shaver [4th row]: Karen Stemmle, Laurie Graham, Kerrin Lee Gartner, Liisa Savijarvi, Kellie Casey, Josée Lacasse, Karen Percy. Alpine Canada Alpin.
National Alpine Ski Team 1986 [Back row]: Chris Kent, Gary Athans, Chris McIver, Dan Moar, Mike Carney, Rob Bosinger [Front row]: Don Stevens, Felix Belczyk, Brian Stemmle, Todd Brooker. Alpine Canada Alpin.
Men’s National Alpine Ski Team 1986 [L to R]: Brian Stemmle, Rob Boyd, Gary Athans, Chris McIver, Dan Moar, Mike Carney, Rob Bosinger, Todd Brooker, Chris Kent, Don Stevens, Felix Belczyk. Alpine Canada Alpin.
Men’s National Alpine Ski Team 1987-88 [top row]: Felix Belczyk, Peter Bosinger, Rob Bosinger, Rob Boyd [bottom row]: Mike Carney, Rob Crossan, Greg Grossman, Dan Moar. Alpine Canada Alpin.