Laurence St. Germain

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Laurence St. Germain
— Alpine skier —
DisciplinesSlalom, Giant slalom
ClubMont Ste-Anne
Born (1994-05-30) 30 May 1994 (age 24)
Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges, Canada
World Cup debut
28 November 2015 (age 21)
World Cup
Seasons3rd – (2015/16–)
Overall titles0
Discipline titles0

Laurence St. Germain (born 30 May 1994) is a Canadian alpine ski racer. St. Germain specializes in the technical events of Slalom and Giant slalom. St. Germain made her World Cup debut on 28 November 2015.


St. Germain competed for Canada at the 2013 World Junior Alpine Skiing Championships, she finished 25th in the Slalom and failed to finish the second run of the Giant slalom.[1][2] She made her World Cup debut on 28 November 2015 in the Aspen Slalom, she finished in 27th place.[3] She scored her first World Cup points on 11 November 2017 in the Levi Slalom, finishing in 17th place.[4]

She made her Olympic debut at the 2018 Winter Olympics, competing in the slalom, finishing 15th overall.[5]

St. Germain also competes for the University of Vermont Catamounts ski team, where she is a three-time All-American, and was the national runner-up in the slalom in 2016.[6][7]

World Cup results[edit]

Top twenty finishes[edit]

Season Date Location Discipline Place
2017–18 Nov 11, 2017 Levi, Finland Slalom 17th
Nov 26, 2017 Killington, United States Slalom 14th

Season standings[edit]

Season Age Overall Slalom Giant
Super-G Downhill Combined
2015–16 21 0 Points
2016–17 22
2017–18* 23 36 17

* Season still in progress.

Junior World Championship results[edit]

Year Age Slalom Giant
Super-G Downhill Combined
2013 19 25 DNF2


  1. ^ "FIS Junior World Ski Championships - Ladies' Slalom 21.02.2013".
  2. ^ "FIS Junior World Ski Championships - Ladies' Giant Slalom 22.02.2013".
  3. ^ "FIS World Cup - Ladies' Slalom 28.11.2015".
  4. ^ "FIS World Cup - Ladies' Slalom 11.11.2017".
  5. ^
  6. ^ "Laurence St. Germain and Kevin Drury to Represent Canada in Winter Olympics". University of Vermont.
  7. ^ "UVM Athletics".

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