Erik Guay is a Canadian former World Cup alpine ski racer. Racing out of Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Guay won the World Cup season title in super-G in 2010 and was the world champion in downhill in 2011, as well as in the super-G in 2017. With 25 World Cup podiums, he is the career leader for Canada.
|Born:||August 5, 1981, Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|World Cup debut:||December 10, 2000 (age 19)|
|Retired:||November 2018 (age 37)|
|Website:||Erik Guay's Official site|
|Teams:||3 – (2006, 2010, 2014)|
|Teams:||6 – (2003–17)|
|Medals:||3 (2 gold)|
|Seasons:||15 – (2003–14, 2016–18)|
|Wins:||5 – (3 DH, 2 SG)|
|Podiums:||24 – (17 DH, 7 SG)|
|Overall titles:||0 – (12th in 2007)|
|Discipline titles:||1 – (SG, 2010)|
|Twitter:||Erik Guay's Twitter profile|
About Erik Guay
Canadian ski racer who won gold at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in 2011. He won the Discipline Trophy at the 2010 Alpine Skiing World Cup.
He began receiving coaching from his father at age twelve.
He became the first skier from Quebec ever to win the men's downhill race at the Alpine Skiing World Cup.
He has daughters named Logann and Leni.
He and Dave Irwin are famous alpine skiers from Canada.
Information related to Erik Guay
- Canadian male alpine skiers
- Olympic alpine skiers of Canada
- FIS Alpine Ski World Cup champions
- Alpine skiers at the 2006 Winter Olympics
- Alpine skiers at the 2010 Winter Olympics
- Alpine skiers at the 2014 Winter Olympics