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Alexandre Bilodeau is a former renowned Canadian freestyle skier. A three-time world champion in dual moguls, he made history when he won gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games, becoming the first Canadian to win achieve the feat at an Olympic event held in Canada. Four years later, at the 2014 Games in Sochi, he became the first Olympian from Canada to repeat the achievement in any freestyle skiing event. No Canadian athlete had defended an individual title at the Olympics since Catriona Le May in Salt Lake City, in 2002. He retired at the end of the 2013-14 season. A more than memorable career!
With his mental strength and extraordinary determination, the former Olympic champion is now in business. With a Chartered Professional Accountant designation, Alexandre Bilodeau now uses his talents at Walter Capital Partners as an investment advisor and gives many inspiring conferences for companies.
He is currently involved in several admirable organizations such as the TELUS Foundation, the MAB-Mackay Foundation, the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, Children's Health Canada and Special Olympics Quebec. He also sits on the Board of Directors of the Fondation de l'athlète d'excellence du Québec.
"The challenges we face teach us a fundamental value: humility. It is humility that allows us to learn. For me, failures allow me to move forward and get closer to success. »
- Two Olympic gold medals
- Three consecutive FIS World championships
- 19 World Cup victories
- 48 World Cup podiums
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