Hall of Famer

Lucie Barma

Affiliated Discipline(s): Freestyle
Date of Birth / Death: 1962 -
Hometown: Quebec City, Que.
Active Career Period: 1979 - 1990
Induction CSHF: 2004
Induction Category: Freestyle: Ballet, Moguls, Aerials
Lucie Barma. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

In the early years of a sport dominated by Canadian athletes, the name of Lucie Barma was among the best known on the international freestyle competitive circuit. Born in Quebec City, Lucie became a member of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team in 1979 and would remain with the team for 12-years until 1990. In a long competitive career, her dedication, versatility and consistently high placings produced results for which she, and all Canadians, can be justly proud.

At the Canadian Freestyle Championships, she won Gold medals in one or more of the freestyle disciplines, aerials, moguls and ballet, for eight consecutive years from 1979 to 1986. In all, she won 18-Canadian Freestyle Gold medals: 8 Ballet, 4 Moguls, 3 Aerials and 3 Combined events.

Her record was no less impressive in international competition. On the World Cup circuit, she won 13-medals in Ballet, 1 Gold, 4 Silver and 8 Bronze. In World Cup Mogul events she could also compete with the best freestyle skiers in the world winning four Bronze medals in 1984
and placing in the top ten in 18-events between 1982 and 1984.

In the Ballet event at the World Freestyle Championships and the World Cup Grand Prix, she won Bronze medals in both 1986 and 1989. Still a Demonstration Event, she narrowly missed a podium finish to place 4th in Ballet at the 1988 XV Olympic Winter Games held in Calgary, Alberta.

Lucie remains active in the skiing community volunteering at competitive events and encouraging her two sons, Olivier and Antoine, as they progress in the Quebec Freestyle Program.

 

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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[L to R]: Marie-Claude Asselin, Lucie Barma, Peggy Meyers Realistic Cup – Canadian Amateur Freestyle Championship, c. 1982. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association

Lucie Barma ballet skiing
Lucie Barma 1989-90. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
Lucie Barma
Lucie Barma. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.
Lucie Barma
Lucie Barma competing in 1978 Shell Cup event at Mount Norquay. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association / Simon Hoyle.

Alain LaRoche and Lucie Barma. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Lucie Barma. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Lucie Barma and Anna Fraser. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

Canadian Freestyle Ski Team 1985 [L to R back]: Alain LaRoche, Dave Walker, Dave Walker, Bill Keenan, ?, Pat Henry, ?, Pierre Poulin, ?, ?, ?, ?, Richard Peirce, Craig Young, Chris Simboli, Peter Judge (coach) [L to R front]: Lee Lee Morrison, Meredith Gardner, Janice Cannon, Lucie Barma. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

National Freestyle Ski Team 1987
National Freestyle Ski Team 1987 [top row]: Lucie Barma, Murray Cluff, Anna Fraser [middle row]: Meredith Gardner, Pat Henry, Peter Judge, Lloyd Langlois, Alain LaRoche [bottom row]: Lee Lee Morrison, Richard Peirce, Chris Simboli, Dave Walker, Craig Young. Canadian Freestyle Ski Association.

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.

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