Lewis Irving

World Cup - Aerials
FIS Athlete Profile

Quick Facts

Age: 28

Birth Place: Quebec City, QC

Hometown: Quebec City, QC

National Team Since: 2013

Home Club: Le Relais

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Career Highlights:

  • 2022: 3rd Place Ruka Aerial World Cup
  • 2022: 2nd Place Mettmenstetten Aerial Masters
  • 2022: 3rd Place Aerial Team Event, Olympic Winter Games
  • 2021: 3rd Place Almaty Aerial World Championship
  • 2021: 3rd Place Raubichi Aerial World Cup
  • 2020: 3rd Place Krasnoyarsk Aerial World Cup
  • 2020: 2nd Place Raubichi Aerial World Cup
  • 2018: Olympian
  • 2016: FIS Aerial Rookie of the Year

Lewis Irving isn’t the first member of his family to be a competitive skier. His father, Bobby, was formally a member of the Canadian Paralympic Ski Team. Lewis, who was formerly trained in both trampoline and alpine skiing, discovered aerial skiing at the Centre Acrobatique Yves Laroche in Lac-Beauport, QC.

It was at that centre where he could mix his past training in two sports to become a world-class aerialist while testing himself out on the water ramps. Even though Lewis first put a pair of skis on at 14, he had training at the circus school in Quebec to develop his air sense.

It has been quite the climb for Lewis since then. In 2015 he won the NorAm championship and was named the Freestyle Canada Rookie of the Year.

Lewis now has six World Cup podiums one Olympic Games under his belt with his eyes set on Beijing 2022


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