detail-1 Manuel Osborne-Paradis

                                                            portrait Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Manuel Osborne-Paradis

Birthday:
1984-02-08
Gender:
male
Nationality:
Canada
Residence:
Invermere
Favorite Ski Resort:
Aspen. I love that you can ski right into town
Favorite World Cup:
I love Val Gardena
FIS:
Manuel Osborne-Paradis at FIS
Website:
http://www.mannyski.com

Biography

"Just call me Manny" At the 2017 World Skiing Championships, Manuel Osborne-Paradis won Bronze in the Super-G. In the Downhill he has two World Cup podium finishes so far, and one in the Super-G. He was the first Canadian athlete to win both a Downhill and a Super-G. "Just call me Manny," says Manuel Osborne-Paradis. And: "Every day I work to be an even better person, husband and ski athlete. My goal is to be the best in the world." In his spare time, he plays golf, enjoys running and organises his annual ski camp for kids. Since his serious injury in 2018, which resulted in several fractures of the shinbone and fibula, Manuel Osborne-Paradis has been working hard to get back in top form.

Career Highlights

World Championships

2017
Year City
St. Moritz 3rd Super G

World Cup

2015
Year City
Kvitfjell 2nd Downhill
2014
Year City
Lake Louise 2nd Downhill
2010
Year City
Wengen 2nd Downhill
2009
Year City
Val Gardena - Groeden 1st Downhill
Lake Lousie 1st Super G
Kvitfjell 3rd Downhill
Kvitfjell 1st Downhill
2008
Year City
Val Gardena - Groeden 3rd Downhill
Wengen 3rd Downhill
2007
Year City
Val d'Isere 3rd Downhill
2006
Year City
Lake Louise, AB 2nd Downhill

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