Alana Ramsay

 

A first-time Paralympian in Sochi in 2014, standing skier Alana Ramsay earned two top-10 finishes in her first ever para-alpine World Cup in Panorama, B.C., in January 2014.

Her best World Cup result is sixth place in giant slalom, and she has excelled on the Nor-Am circuit. An athlete with the ability to be an all-rounder, Ramsay especially shines in technical events like slalom and giant slalom.

Ramsay has been skiing for more than a decade, and Paralympian Lauren Woolstoncroft is her role model.

The Calgary native was a prospect racer on the Canadian national team  in 2013-14 and qualified for the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympics with consistent results and a hard-charging attitude. Going to the Paralympics was the opportunity to be “part of the Canadian spirit,” said Ramsay.

Ramsay has a twin sister, loves animals and spends time with friends skiing for fun when she’s not in the start gate.

Career Highlights

 - 2014 Paralympian

Summary

Games Sport Event Result
2014 Sochi Paralympics Para-Alpine Skiing Super G - Standing - Women 10
2014 Sochi Paralympics Para-Alpine Skiing Slalom - Standing - Women 9