Justine Dufour-Lapointe

World Cup - Moguls
FIS Athlete Profile

Statistiques rapides

Âge: 27

Lieu de naissance: Montreal, QC

Ville d'origine: Montreal, QC

Équipe nationale depuis: 2009

Club d'origine: Les Laurentides

Commanditaires: Tissées Sérrées, Peak Performance, Rossignol, Oakley, Giro, FultTilt, Leki, Look, EC3D

Faits saillants de sa carrière:

  • 2014 Sochi Olympic Gold Medalist
  • 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Silver Medalist
  • 2015 World Champion
  • 15 World Cup wins
  • 49 World Cup podiums
  • +100 World Cup starts

Full of energy and strong-minded, Justine is the youngest of the sisters. Growing up as the baby of the family, Justine followed Maxime and Chloé everywhere they went and did everything they did. To keep up with her sisters, Justine started mogul skiing at 8 years old. She was not much into competition at first as she preferred to have fun with her friends on the slopes and eat candies. However, after winning a few races, Justine discovered her taste for competition and realized that she was a talented skier. The moment Justine saw her sister Chloé compete at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, she knew she wanted to compete at the world stage and set her eyes on becoming an Olympian too.

After four years of hard work, she fulfilled her dream and gave an outstanding performance in the 2014 Sochi Games, winning the gold medal and becoming the second Canadian female athlete to win an Olympic gold medal in mogul skiing.

With full confidence and on top of her game, she came back in full force in 2018 at PyeongChang, winning the silver medal. After earning a spot on an Olympic podium for the second time of her career, she tied American skier Hannah Kearney for Olympic medals. 

Justine’s next goal is set on Beijing 2022, where she could join Norwegian superstar Kari Traa at the top with three Olympic podiums and become the most decorated Canadian Olympian in mogul skiing.


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