Noah Porter Maclennan

World Cup - Slopestyle/Big Air
FIS Athlete Profile

Quick Facts

Age: 20

Birth Place: Ottawa, ON

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

National Team Since: 2019

Home Club: Mont Tremblant

Sponsors: Swany Gloves, Mont Tremblant, Head Skis

Career Highlights:

  • 2019 Mammoth Noram, 2nd place
  • 2019 Junior Worlds Championships, 4th place
  • 2023 Bakuriani World Championship Big Air 8th
  • 2023 Mammoth Slopestyle World Cup 5th Place
  • 2022 Chur Big Air World Cup 2nd

Noah started skiing when he was two years old at Mont Tremblant, which is a two hour drive away from his home in Ottawa. The short drive meant that Noah’s family would go up to the ski resort every weekend during the winter.

At the age of six, Noah started to seek adrenaline by jumping off anything he could find, trying all sorts of random tricks. For Noah, this seemed like great fun, but it sure was a little worrisome for his parents. After smashing up his goggles, it was finally time to join a program to have a coach oversee his tricks and teach him how to do them properly. 

At the age of nine, Noah’s Tremblant program took him to a competition in Quebec City where he won a gold medal. He was now hooked! Noah continued to compete throughout his youth where he took part in Ontario’s Timber Tour circuit at 12 years old. With a successful competitive season, Noah was then recruited to the Ontario Freestyle Team.

Noah skied with the Ontario team from 2016-2018 and the Quebec team during the 2018-2019 season. During his time on the provincial teams, Noah competed in multiple Canada Cups and NorAm events. He was then invited to the National Team for the 2019-2020 season.

Noah is now skiing with Canada’s best, and loving every moment!


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