Ski with the greats & celebrate 70 years of history


Canada has been making ski racing history for the past 70 years. Sixty years ago, Canada won its first Olympic medal and forty-eight years ago, Canada won its first World Cup. To celebrate this long history of excellence in Canadian ski racing, the National Team Alumni (1945-2015) will be participating in this year’s Legends Classic held on Saturday, February 27th, in Tremblant.


The Legends Classic is a yearly event honoring skiers of all levels and all ages (7 years to 85 plus). A fun race open to everyone, this year will be quite special as skiers are invited to race with some of our country’s greatest Champions: Crazy Canuck “Jungle” Jim Hunter, Nancy Greene, Al Raine, Kathy and Laurie Kreiner, Peter Duncan, the Wurtele twins, Emily Brydon and many more! The $30.00 registration fee goes to support the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame & Museum.

For details and to register for the race visit


To kick off this festive weekend, you’re invited to mingle with the National Team Alumni on Friday evening, February 26th, at a casual Cocktail Dinatoire reception from 6 p.m. to 9 the Westin Resort Hotel Tremblant.  Limited tickets are available at $100 p.p.

After the Legends Classic, celebrations continue on Saturday evening starting at 6:30 p.m. with an elegant Cocktail Reception & Gala Banquet at Tremblant’s historic landmark, the Chalet des Voyageurs.  Limited tickets are available at $200 p.p.

Advanced reservations are required prior to Friday, February 19th. For more information and to purchase tickets contact Jane at or call 514 486-4495

Net proceeds from the Alumni Reunion Cocktail Dinatoire and the Gala Banquet will go to support the Alpine Canada Development Team

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