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11 March 1989 |
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|Height||172 centimetres (68 in)|
|Updated on 18 February 2010.|
Georgia grew up ski racing on the North Shore of Vancouver at Grouse Mountain. She worked her way up the ranks in Alpine Skiing to represent Canada in the Whistler 2010 Olympic Winter Games. For the last 5 years Georgia was been a member of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team. In the spring of 2011 she decided to switch over to the "dark side" of ski racing for a new and exciting challenge and entered the world of Ski Cross. She proved to her coaches the potential she had in the new sport throughout the Spring and Summer training camps and earned a spot on the Canadian National Ski Cross Team. With many successes in Alpine under her belt this new member of the team is ready to make a loud presence on the world stage.
Georgia is already on her way to surpassing her next big obstacle that lies ahead of her. Her sights are set on bringing home a gold medal for her country in the next Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia in just 2 and half years, and this girl sees absolutely nothing stopping her.
Georgia lives in West Vancouver and trains at Level 1o Fitness in North Vancouver and at the Olympic Athlete’s Training Centre in Whistler, BC
Siblings: Georgia has three much wiser and stronger older brothers named Christian, Boyd and Julian.
Hobbies: Yoga. soccer. Knitting. reading. Cooking. working out. Laughing. meeting new people around the world. Biking. eating new foods. Coffee. vibing out with headphones. Was coffee mentioned?
- "Georgia Simmerling". Canadian Olympic Committee. Retrieved 18 February 2010.
http://www.georgiasimmerling.ca/site/ Georgia Simmerling's Official Website
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