Caroline Calvé is the female veteran of the Canadian Alpine Snowboard Team.
Calvé had a breakthrough 2011 season in Carezza, Italy becoming the first Canadian to win a women’s PGS World Cup event.
She won her second World Cup event in the 2013 season in Moscow, this time in PSL, on route to finishing the 2012-13 season ranked third in the World Cup parallel standings.
In the 2014 season, the two-time Olympian underlined her strength by adding another win to her belt (again in Carezza).
In total, going into her twelfth season the Montreal native has earned a total of six podiums in 78 World Cup starts.
A big supporter and role model for the First Nation’s Snowboard Team, Calvé is proud of her roots, and vows to help others in the community excel in snowboarding.
As a competition ritual Calvé always wears the same socks when racing.