Devon KERSHAW

Devon KERSHAW
Country
SLO
Canada
Born
Gender
Gender
Male
Zodiac
Zodiac
Sagittarius
Information
Languages: English
Birth place: Sudbury, Ontario
Residence: Canmore, Alberta
Equipment
Skis: Fischer
Bindings: Salomon
Boots: Salomon
Personal
Occupation: Full-time Athlete
Education: High School Graduate
Marital Status: Single
Hobbies: Reading, photography and sports
SPORTS
Ski Club: Onaping Falls Nordics Ski Club
National Coach: Justin Wadsworth
  • CAREER

    Devon Kershaw continued his historic run in 2012 when he became the first Canadian male to finish second overall on the World Cup circuit. Kershaw’s incredible season included winning two World Cup races in addition to adding another silver and three bronze medals to his career total. Devon also finished fourth overall on the 2012 Tour de Ski.
    Devon first skied his name into the history books in 2011 with teammate, Alex Harvey, as the Canadian duo joined forces to become the first Canadian males to win a medal at the World Championships when they won gold in the team sprint race in Oslo, Norway. The post-Olympic year was a stellar campaign for the leader of the Canadian men’s program. Devon proved he is one of the most consistent all-round skiers in the world when he finished eighth overall on the World Cup. Devon’s historic season also saw him become the third Canadian male ever to win a World Cup race during a thrilling Tour de Ski where he captured one gold, two silver and a bronze medal.
    Emerging into the most successful men’s skier of all time in the Canadian program, Devon has enjoyed steady progress during his 11-year career on the senior squad. The two-time Olympian, and his Canadian teammates, captured the nation’s attention at Whistler Olympic Park in 2010 when three of them finished in the top-10 in the Olympic pursuit race. While delivering seven top-10 performances as a team throughout the Games, Devon put down one of the gutsiest efforts of the Olympics when he missed the podium by a fraction of a second to finish fifth in the 50-kilometre classic-ski race on the final day of the Games.
    Days removed from competing in his first Olympic Winter Games in 2006, Devon solidified himself internationally as an explosive sprinter when he became the first Canadian male to achieve a sprint podium result with a bronze-medal performance in Borlange, Sweden – and only the second Canadian male ever to reach the World Cup podium. This groundbreaking result blazed the trail for the Canadian men’s squad who are now a force to reckon with internationally.

    PERSONAL

    Growing up in the Northern Ontario city of Sudbury, Devon’s parents were instrumental in developing and nurturing a love of the natural environment and active lifestyle – both of which are cornerstones of his life today. An active Canadian sport enthusiast growing up playing hockey, volleyball, badminton, tennis and running competitively, Devon skied for Laurentian Nordic as a junior where he represented Canada at three World Junior Championships (2000-2002), and won 18 national junior titles. Devon’s career took off after moving to Canmore to be a full-time member of the National Ski Team.
    An excitable person on and off the ski trails, Devon stays busy playing in the mountains, sipping cappuccinos with friends, playing guitar and taking photos. Beyond skiing Devon plans to return to school to pursue a degree in medicine, with the eventual goal of becoming a doctor specializing in sports medicine.

    QUICK LINKS

    Website: www.devonkershaw.com/


Latest World Cup Results

DateDisciplinePlaceCountryCatRankPoints
1614616.03.2014Overall StandingsWC Finals, FalunSWEWorld Cup1219.31
1614616.03.201415 km F PursuitWC Finals, FalunSWEStage World Cup1219.90
1614515.03.2014Skiathlon 15/15 km C/FWC Finals, FalunSWEStage World Cup1222.01
1614414.03.2014SP C FinalWC Finals, FalunSWEStage World Cup40
1614414.03.2014SP C QualWC Finals, FalunSWEQualification40103.56
1613505.03.2014SP C FinalDrammenNORWorld Cup53
1613505.03.2014SP C QualDrammenNORQualification5362.62
1613202.03.201415 km FLahtiFINWorld Cup4356.09
1613101.03.2014SP F FinalLahtiFINWorld Cup64
1613101.03.2014SP F QualLahtiFINQualification6470.21
1610402.02.2014SP F FinalToblach/DobbiacoITAWorld Cup60
1610402.02.2014SP F QualToblach/DobbiacoITAQualification6059.56
1610301.02.201415 km CToblach/DobbiacoITAWorld Cup3953.63
1609019.01.201415 km C MstSzklarska PorebaPOLWorld Cup812.76
1608918.01.2014SP F FinalSzklarska PorebaPOLWorld Cup18
1608918.01.2014SP F QualSzklarska PorebaPOLQualification2027.62
1607504.01.201410 km CVal di Fiemme (FIS Tour de Ski)ITAStage World Cup5265.81
1607403.01.201435 km F PursuitCortina-Toblach (FIS Tour de Ski)ITAStage World Cup2338.67
1607201.01.201415 km C MstLenzerheide (FIS Tour de Ski)SUIStage World Cup4739.47
1607131.12.2013SP F FinalLenzerheide (FIS Tour de Ski)SUIStage World Cup56
1607131.12.2013SP F QualLenzerheide (FIS Tour de Ski)SUIQualification5661.39
1606929.12.2013SP F FinalOberhof (FIS Tour de Ski)GERStage World Cup18
1606929.12.2013SP F QualOberhof (FIS Tour de Ski)GERQualification1033.15
1606828.12.20134.5 km F PrologueOberhof (FIS Tour de Ski)GERStage World Cup26.04
1606121.12.2013SP C FinalAsiagoITAWorld Cup33
1606121.12.2013SP C QualAsiagoITAQualification3362.59
1605515.12.2013SP F FinalDavosSUIWorld Cup69
1605515.12.2013SP F QualDavosSUIQualification6972.78
1604707.12.201315 km CLillehammerNORWorld Cup5647.12
1604101.12.201315 km F PursuitRuka Triple, KuusamoFINStage World Cup6666.42
1604101.12.2013Overall StandingsRuka Triple, KuusamoFINWorld Cup6633.60
1604030.11.201310 km CRuka Triple, KuusamoFINStage World Cup6544.97
1603929.11.2013SP C FinalRuka Triple, KuusamoFINStage World Cup77
1603929.11.2013SP C QualRuka Triple, KuusamoFINQualification77106.15