Marion Thénault

World Cup - Aerials
FIS Athlete Profile

Quick Facts

Age: 24

Birth Place: Sherbrooke, Québec

Hometown: Sherbrooke, Québec

National Team Since: 2018

Home Club: Sher-Gym (gymnastics club)

Sponsors: Kastle Skis, Dalbello Boots, Marker Bindings, Compex, RBC

Career Highlights:

  • 2023: 3rd Place Almaty Aerial World Cup
  • 2023: 4th Place Bakuriani Aerial World Championships
  • 2023: 1st Place Le Relais Aerial World Cup (First WC Win!)
  • 2023: 3rd Place Aerial Overall World Cup
  • 2022: 2nd Place Aerial Overall World Cup
  • 2022: 1st Place Le Relais Aerial Canada National Championship
  • 2022: 3rd Place Aerial Team Event at the Olympic Winter Games
  • 2022: 2nd Place Le Relais Aerial World Cup
  • 2021: 1st Place Almaty Aerial World Cup
  • 2021: 3rd Place Moscow Aerial World Cup
  • 2020-2021: 3rd Overall and Rookie of the Year on the FIS World Cup Tour
  • 2020: 1st Place Aerial Overall NorAm

Marion started gymnastics when she was three years old and developed a strong passion for sports and acrobatics. She evolved as a gymnast for 14 years and in trampoline for three years. 

At 17 years old, Marion participated in an RBC Training Ground event in her hometown of Sherbrooke, Québec. A freestyle skiing coach invited her to try aerials at the water ramps where she quickly fell in love with the sport, realizing she belonged on skis. From that moment on, Marion worked hard to improve her skiing and new acrobatic techniques. 

Marion has been an aerial skier since 2017 and was invited to join the national team in 2020. Aerial skiing allowed her to grow as an athlete and as a person by living incredible experiences. After winning Canadian Championships in her first year competing, winning the NorAm Tour in her second year and winning a World Cup in her 3rd year, she can’t wait for what’s to come.


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