Hall of Famer
In a long freestyle skiing career spanning 13-years from 1984 until his retirement in 1997 as a member of Canada’s National Freestyle Ski Team, Lloyd Langlois had an exceptional record of
World Cup achievement in aerials competition finishing in the medals (Gold and Silver) on 47-occasions.
He won two Olympic Winter Games Bronze Medals in aerials competition, first at the XV Games held in Calgary, Alberta, in 1988, and the second at the XVll Games in Lillehammer, Norway, in 1994. He won the World’s Aerials Championships twice winning Gold at Tignes, France in 1986 and again at Oberjoch, Germany in 1989. He was also inducted into the Canadian Amateur Sports Hall of Fame.He won the World’s Aerials Championships twice winning Gold at Tignes, France in 1986 and again at Oberjoch, Germany in 1989. He was also inducted into the Canadian Amateur Sports Hall of Fame.
Equally impressive were his World Cup Aerials rankings:
- 1984-1985 1st
- 1985-1986 2nd
- 1986-1987 2nd
- 1992-1993 1st
- 1993-1994 2nd
- 1996-1997 10th despite missing the last four World Cup events due to training difficulties
Partial results in World Cup aerials events:
- 1985 Mt Gabriel, Lake PLacid, Brecckenridge, Kranjska Gora, Oberjoh, Salen, Tignes
- 1986 Lake Placid (twice), Oberjoch
- 1987 Mt Gabriel, Voss, Breckenridge Tignes
- 1988 Inawashiro
- 1990 Tignes
- 1991 Blackcomb
- 1993 Lake Placid
- 1994 La Clusaz, Tignes
- 1997 Lake Placid
- 1984 Gostling, Campitello, Tignes
- 1985 Lake Placid, La Sauze
- 1986 Voss, Tignes
- 1987 Mariazell, Oberjoch, Lake Placid, La Clusaz
- 1988 Meiringen, La Clusaz, Oberjoch
- 1989 Lake PLacid
- 1990 La Plagne
- 1991 Mt Gabriel
- 1992 Tignes, Piancavello
- 1993 Lillehammer
- 1994 Breckenridge, Meiringen, Lake Placid
- 1996 Lake Placid
- 1997 Blackcomb, Mt Tremblant
Jeep Eagle Senior National Championships
- 1st place 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997
- 2nd place 1987, 1996
- 3rd place 1984, 1992
Please Note: The ski information gathered here is compiled from a number of sources; it may not be inclusive of all accomplishments.
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National Freestyle Ski Team 1985 [L to R back]: Peter Judge (coach), Roch Otis, Murray Cluff, Alain LaRoche, Craig Young, Daniel Cote, Yves LaRoche, Pierre Poulin, Lloyd Langlois, Pat Henry, Roch Otis, Bill Keenan, Dave Walker, Chris Simboli [L to R front]: Anna Fraser, Lucie Barma, Meredith Gardner, Janice Cannon. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
National Freestyle Ski Team c. 1991 [L to R back]: Steve Desovich, ?, John Smart, Stephane Rochon, Lane Barrett, Yves LaRoche (coach), Dominick Gauthier, Nicolas Fontaine, Anne-Marie Koszegi, Pierre Forget, Christian Marcoux [L to R middle]: Matt Christensen, Kennedy Ryan, Bronwen Thomas, Bernard Sevigny, David Bellehumeur, ?, Philippe LaRoche, Lloyd Langlois, Peter Judge [L to R front]: Lisa Hauser, Brad Suey, Josee Charbonneau, Ashley Herod, ?, Jan Bucher (coach). Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
Keith Nesbitt and inductee Lloyd Langlois at 2002 Canadian Ski Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. W.P.McElligott 6302-13.
Lillehammer 1994 Freestyle Aerials Final Men Olympic Wintergames 94
A leap to success
The two freestyle ski champions Lloyd Langlois and Jean-Marc Rozon offer a conference to motivate your troops.
Lloyd Langlois | Pantheon des Sports de Sherbrooke
Lloyd Langlois in action (no sound)