Alexandre Bilodeau

Freestyle Skier
Born Sep 8, 1987

Alexandre Bilodeau is a Canadian freestyle skier from Montreal, Quebec. Bilodeau currently resides in Rosemère, Quebec. Bilodeau won a gold medal in the men's moguls at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, becoming the first Canadian to win a gold medal at an Olympic Games held in Canada after being swept twice of gold. Bilodeau is a two-time FIS World Champion in dual moguls, and is also a Worlds silver medalist in moguls.… Read More

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1987 Birth Born on September 8, 1987.


2005 17 Years Old In the 2005–06 overall World Cup standings he managed to finish second and won the FIS rookie of the year title.


2008 20 Years Old …  He was the FIS World Cup champion for the 2008–09 season winning the moguls and overall freestyle skiing title that season. … Read More
In February 2009, he won four straight World Cup events and was part of two Canadian sweeps of the men's podium in moguls. … Read More
2013 25 Years Old At the 2013 World Championships Bilodeau placed second behind the upcoming Kingsbury who won his first World Championship. … Read More
He confirmed at the TV show "Droit au but" that the 2014 Olympics would be his last. … Read More
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