Canadian Olympic Medal Count
Justine Dufour-Lapointe is the youngest of three moguls skiing sisters who all competed at Sochi 2014. While making her Olympic debut in Sochi, she made history with older sister Chloé when they finished 1-2, becoming just the third set of sisters to ever win gold and silver in the same Winter Olympic event. Along with eldest sister Maxime, they became just the third trio of sisters to compete in the same individual event at the Winter Games. Dufour-Lapointe stood on the podium again at PyeongChang 2018, winning the silver medal.
In 2013 Dufour-Lapointe won moguls bronze in her world championship debut. In 2015 she added the world championship gold medal to her Olympic gold medal and won silver in the non-Olympic dual moguls. She captured another world championship moguls bronze in 2017.
Dufour-Lapointe made her World Cup debut in December 2010 and won dual moguls bronze in just her second World Cup start. She reached her first World Cup moguls podium in January 2012 and recorded her first World Cup moguls victory in January 2013. From 2011-12 to 2015-16 she finished second in the overall World Cup moguls standings five straight seasons. She earned her 40th career World Cup podium in Calgary on January 6, 2018.
A little more about Justine…
Getting into the Sport: Started freestyle skiing at age eight to try to keep up with her sisters… Used to have to be bribed with chocolate to ski through the moguls one more time with her sisters… In her first competition, she fell a lot going down the hill and was crying when she crossed the line but it was because she was so happy to be competing… Decided at age 15 she wanted to be an Olympian when she watched Chloé compete at Vancouver 2010… Outside Interests: Enjoys photography, shopping, surfing, cooking… On hiatus from Cégep distance education in humanities… Odds and Ends: Motto: Give your all and never give up… Superstition: always wears unicorn ski socks, a lucky bandana and a purple touque… Her good luck charm is a small angel broach belonging to her grandmother…
|2014 Sochi||Skiing - Freestyle||Moguls - Women||Gold|
|2018 PyeongChang||Skiing - Freestyle||Moguls - Women||Silver|
Notable International Results
Olympic Winter Games: 2018 - SILVER (moguls); 2014 – GOLD (moguls)
FIS World Championships: 2017 – BRONZE (moguls), 14th (dual moguls); 2015 – GOLD (moguls), SILVER (dual moguls); 2013 – BRONZE (moguls), 15th (dual moguls)