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Mac Marcoux

Para-alpine

Marcoux burst onto the IPC World Cup scene in 2013, as an eager a 15-year-old. He scored three World Cup podium finishes and earned a silver medal at the World Championships in La Molina, Spain in 2013. Skiing in the visually impaired category, he became a three-time Paralympic medalist when he, guided by Robin Fémy, won gold in giant slalom and then bronze in the downhill and super G events at the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter Games. At the time of this outstanding success in Sochi, Marcoux was the youngest member of the Canadian Paralympic Team. In the 2015-16 season, Marcoux walked away with a Crystal Globe in the super G and downhill disciplines.

Top Results

2016 IPC Downhill Crystal Globe Champion
2016 IPC Super G Crystal Globe Champion
2015 IPC Alpine Skiing Crystal Globe Champion
Gold - Giant slalom - Paralympic WInter Games - Sochi, RUS (2014)
Bronze - Downhill, super G - Paralympic WInter Games - Sochi, RUS (2014)
2nd - Giant slalom - IPC World Championships - La Molina, SPA (2013)

IPC World Cup rankings

(2016)
Overall: 3rd
Super G: 1st
Downhill: 1st
Slalom: 8th
Giant slalom: 9th

About

Birth date: 20/06/1997
Birth place: Sault-Ste Marie, Ont.
Residence: Sault-Ste Marie, Ont.
Hometown: Sault-Ste Marie, Ont.
Ski club: Searchmont Ski Runners
Made team: 2013
Sponsor: Duke of Windsor Sport Shop

 

Height: 5’8”
Weight: 180 lbs
Skis: Rossignol
Goggles: POC
Boots: Rossignol
Poles: Komperdell
Helmet: POC

@MacMarcoux

All Results

WORLD CUP

PARALYMPIC