"These internationally renowned athletes, who come mostly from the region, are models of perseverance, discipline and passion. They reflect the values conveyed by Station Mont Tremblant. This union goes beyond skills and perfectly illustrates the feeling of belonging of those athletes to the mountain and the pride of the entire community for their success."
President and Chief Operating Officer, Station Mont Tremblant
Born in the Italian Alps, Jeffrey Frisch moved to Tremblant at the age of 19. In 2010, Jeffrey earns his place on the Canadian Olympic Team but an unfortunate injury one week prior to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics keeps him on the sidelines. A World Cup skier for the Canadian Alpine Ski Team, Jeffrey continues to pursue his ambition: becoming a world-class athlete! True to his values, he supports athletes of his community through mentorship.More Details
"My parents taught me to ski when I was 2 years old and I loved it from the start. So I joined the Tremblant team at a young age and started competing when I was around 7. When I progressed to K2 (U16), I went on the EDLS team (Équipe de la Division Laurentienne de Ski). After my first year in FIS, I continued on to the Quebec Team and joined the National Development Team the following year."More Details
In December 2013, Erik Guay set a Canadian record with its 21st World Cup podium, 3 of which were first places. He is the most decorated Canadian alpine World Cup skier of all time. 2011 Downhill World Champion in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Erik won the 2010 Super-G Crystal Globe. He is the first Canadian to ever win this title. Erik finished 4th at the 2006 Turin Olympic Games and 5th at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games. Erik also participated in the Sochi Olympics in 2014.More Details
A member of the Canadian national team, Brittany Phelan has been on the FIS World Cup circuit since the age of 17. In 2012-2013, she first garnered attention by finishing every World Cup circuit race in the top 30, topping it off with a top 10 in Croatia. She also took part in four races on the North American circuit, finishing 2nd and 3rd in two of them during the same season.More Details
Pierre Plouffe had a successful career and has won a total of 27 Canadian championships in waterskiing. Despite his pause as a competitive athlete in 1989, Pierre decides to get back in shape and resumes competition in 2006. He has since won three World Championships in combined disciplines.More Details
Magali Tisseyre discovers triathlon quite late and participates in her first triathlon event at the end of her first year of training. Magali then moves to Western Canada and devotes all her time to training. Since 2014, Magali is back on the competitive scene with more motivation than ever!More Details