Canadians Continue Domination of Moguls

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Alexandre Bilodeau Canadian Skier 32 years old Single. The Canadian Skier was born in Montreal on September 8, Canadian olympian who made history at the Sochi Olympics by becoming the first back-to-back gold medal winner in a freestyle skiing event. He won gold for the Moguls event.

Canadian Olympians Alexandre Bilodeau and Joannie Rochette haven’t had to look far to find motivation or inspiration both in their personal.

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To the victor, the spoils: Alex Bilodeau and girlfriend Sabrina Bizier. Picture: Getty​. Of the other members of the Australian mogul team, Matt.

When he became the first Canadian athlete in history to win a gold medal on home turf at the Vancouver Olympics, Alexandre Bilodeau captured the imagination of an entire nation. In , he took part in his final Olympic games, where he successfully defended his title. Following in the footsteps of his idol, he became the top Canadian junior in freestyle at age At age 17, he joined the national freestyle moguls team and went on to an astounding career through sheer hard work.

In the season, he won the world championship in dual moguls, as well as placing first in the World Cup. Nearly one year after his historic medal, he repeated the feat, grabbing the world champion title in the duals event. Bilodeau won the first gold medal on Canadian soil at the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver with a spectacular final run.

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AMESBURY — An year-old who wanted money from his girlfriend to hang out with his buddies instead of buying medicine for his child went to extreme measures Tuesday that eventually led to his arrest, court records show. Police arrested Alexander C. Bilodeau of 16 Allenclaire Drive, Amesbury, after his mother called police when Bilodeau and his girlfriend arrived at her home in violation of a restraining order. Bilodeau pleaded not guilty at his arraignment yesterday at Newburyport District Court to a litany of charges, including violating a restraining order, trespassing, carrying a dangerous weapon brass knuckles , threatening to commit a crime, witness intimidation and reckless endangerment of a child.

získal na Zimních olympijských hrách ve Vancouveru v jízdě v boulích. English: Alexandre Bilodeau with gold medal. Date, 17 February ,

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Canada’s Alexandre Bilodeau makes retirement official

It was Feb. No Canadian had ever won an Olympic gold medal on home soil. I look super clean. But from the side camera, you see that I’m back seat, I’m very close to going right on my butt.

Canadian Alexandre Bilodeau reacts after winning the gold medal in the men’s moguls freestyle skiing at the Winter Olympics on Cypress.

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The year-old from Rosemere, Que. But — to him and the rest of this country — it seems like yesterday he was evoking national pride and making an unforgettable mark on Olympic history when he became the first Canadian Olympic athlete to strike gold on home soil at the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. Bilodeau did it again in freestyle skiing, becoming the first freestyle skier to win two consecutive Olympic gold medals, repeating his performance in at Sochi.

The year-old was part of the Canadian silver-medal winning team at Nagano in when the sport was first introduced at the Olympic winter games.

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Alex Bilodeau, 26, won his second straight gold medal Monday, followed by Mikael Kingsbury, 21, who won silver. Alexandr Smyshlyaev of Russia won bronze to the delight of a crowd that cheered itself hoarse for each of his runs. If the Canadian winners on Monday were not quite the siblings like the Dufour-Lapointes, they were far from strangers. Bilodeau and Kingsbury, the top two mogul skiers in the world, grew up skiing on the same mountain, Mont Saint-Saveur in Quebec.

They skied in the same clubs and had the same coaches. Their families have cottages on the mountain that are practically next door to each other. And one of them is going to win, and one of them will finish second. On Monday night, it looked for a moment as if Kingsbury might topple Bilodeau, the defending gold medalist once again.

Bilodeau stumbled after an early jump in the finals and fell to eighth place going into the second round. Bilodeau pumped his fist and screamed even before the scores confirmed what he already knew: He had won another gold medal. After the race, Bilodeau said he had skied his last Olympic competition. He passed the torch to Kingsbury, his rival and tormentor. Now, they are keeping it in the family.

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