Rubens qualified to compete for Canada at the 2006 Winter Olympics after placing 18th in a World Cup downhill in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Her other career highlights including placing second in downhill at the 2004 Lake Louise Nor-Am Cup and placing fifth in the super-G at 2005 Canadian championships.
Personal life 
- Profile of Shona Rubens by the CBC
- "Rubens qualifies", Rocky Mountain Outlook, 26 January 2006
- "Rookie Shona Rubens Skis To 15th Place In First Career Downhill", Ski & Snowboard Canada, 8 December 2005
- National Sport School
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