Class of 2020
We are extremely excited to introduce the Class of 2020 inductees to the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame and honour the ongoing impact they will have on Canadians who embrace our sports.
The six inductees for 2020 are:
Alexandre Bilodeau, Freestyle
Philip Chew, Coach Para-Alpine
Dave Wood, Nordic Coach
Gordon Canning, Builder Alpine
Joe Fitzgerald, Builder Freestyle
Darrell MacLachlan, Builder Alpine (Deceased)
Congratulations Class of 2020 and Welcome to the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame.
Hosting an event that properly honours our Inductees and their achievements in a suitable and safe manner is our priority. The current circumstances related to COVID-19 in which we all find ourselves, to host you, your family and friends impacts our Induction event planning process. A celebration is planned for Fall 2021, date and time soon to be announced.
Class of 2019
A continued welcome to the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame and congratulations to the Class of 2019.
Meet the 9 inductees:
Chandra Crawford, Nordic
Ashleigh McIvor, Ski Cross
Jennifer Heil, Freestyle
Lauren Woolstencroft, Para-Alpine
Mike Irwin, Builder, Alpine
Réal Boulanger, Builder, Alpine (Deceased)
William B. Schreiber, Builder, Alpine
COACH, TRAINER, TECHNICIAN AND INSTRUCTOR
Lorne McFagden, Alpine (Deceased)
Malcolm Hunter, Builder, Nordic
The Canadian Ski Hall of Fame
The Canadian Ski Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization founded in 1982 to honour the accomplishments of pioneers, competitors, coaches and visionaries in skiing and snowboarding.
This special space shares the stories of Canadians who have excelled throughout Canada and the world or contributed to the advancement of snowsports in a spectacular way.
The Hall of Famers nominated into the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame represent the highest level of national achievement in Canada, featuring prominent snowsport athletes and contributors whose accomplishments showcase the best of Canadian skiing and snowboarding.
Banner photo: A contestant flies through the air at a ski jumping tournament held at First Lake circa 1949. In the background, Hollyburn Ski Lodge, West Vancouver is a hive of activity. Courtesy Hollyburn Heritage Society archives.