Each year our family of  Athlete Ambassadors grows. This season Tremblant and proud to represent 7 new local recruits.

Discover the portrait of Justine Ally, who dreams of the Olympic Games, or that of an emerging talent like Adrian Ball without forgetting those of our passionate athletes who make the most of our beautiful mountain playground.


Justine Ally

Discipline : Freestyle skiing

Justine’s family has always had a foothold in Tremblant and since 2020 she has been a permanent resident of our beautiful region. This is where her passion for outdoor sports began.

Justine’s sporting background is quite diverse. She started ski lessons at 3 and then competed in slalom until the age of 8 in the Laurentians. Since 2018, she has been training with the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team. For the past 2 years, she has been competing on the World Cup Circuit and proudly represents Canada. Currently, she is ranked 3rd Canadian and 18th in the world.

Justine Ally wants to qualify for the Beijing 2022 Games, but the young woman is looking even further and is already thinking about the 2026 games. Her dream is to come home with a medal and represent the Laurentians.


Adrian Ball

Discipline : Telemark

Adrian enjoys mountain life in Tremblant most of the year to ski or mountain bike.

At a young age, Adrian first skied with the Performance Club, the Elite Club and then with the Mont-Tremblant Ski Club. He then practiced full-time telemark and joined the Quebec telemark team. In his first year of telemark, he won all his races at the US Championships in the junior category.

Adrian is a versatile athlete; he has also participated in 4 Canadian National Rowing Championships where he has been placed in the top 10 several times.


Ariane Lavigne

Discipline : Ski – Snowboard – Mountain bike

Ariane is a native of the Tremblant region, she started downhill skiing at the age of 3. She then joined the Tremblant Ski Club at age 11 to race on the FIS circuit until she was 17.

Ariane then discovered snowboarding, this great passion brought her to the national team and to the Sochi Olympics in 2014. Since then, she can be spotted on many of Tremblant’s trails and outdoor sports venues and transmits her passion to the new generation, in particular her 3-year-old daughter.

Ariane is now a nutritionist; she enjoys working in a rapidly evolving field and helping the people around her to improve their health and their performance through nutrition.

Félix Laporte

Discipline: Ski – Mountain bike

Félix was born in Tremblant in 2011, a true child of the region, at 15 months old he was already on skis and has been mountain biking since he was 4 years old.

At age 10, he was an ambassador for the Trees Mountain Apparel and Smith Optic brands.

This young versatile athlete was the winner of the Russell ski race at Tremblant and participates in several cycling camps such as “Trail Trybe” or “Mont-Tremblant performance”.

Alexandre Dufour

Discipline : Ski – Mountain bike

Alexandre has lived in Tremblant for 18 years. He has been skiing here since the age of 12.

He received his first ski sponsorship at the age of 14 through Boutique Salomon and subsequently with Boutique Daniel Lachance. He spent a sabbatical in France and trained with the La Plagne national team while being a Park Ranger.

Now 30, he’s mountain biking in the summer and skiing Tremblant every weekend in the winter. For the past 14 years, Alexandre has participated in various local competitions. He achieved a first place in qualifying for the last edition of Urban Jib, a second place in the last edition of T4 and had 4 consecutive wins at the Local Hero without forgetting a first place at the Rock and Ride Rockstar.

Sean Couchman

Discipline: Snowboard

Sean is known locally; he is an award-winning real estate broker. He is a lover of snowboarding and the outdoors. He enjoys spending a long day at Tremblant to enjoy the mountains and the village alone or with his family.

Virginie Charbonneau

Discipline: Ski – Mountain bike

Virginie spends a lot of time in Tremblant, especially in winter. She has been skiing the mountain for several years, for her it is the best ski area around Montreal.

“I have a loving relationship with Tremblant, in addition to the proximity of the mountain, it is the energy that it gives off that captivates me every year. In the morning when I arrive for the Fresh tracks all the people are in a good mood, being able to practice the sport you love is energizing”.

You have just met the new kids for the 2021-2022 season.

Now is the time to (re) discover the portraits of our loyal athlete ambassadors that Tremblant has been fortunate enough to support for several years!

You can find them on tremblant.ca!