Date of Birth: September 8, 1987
Place of Birth: Montreal, Quebec
Residence: Rosmère, Quebec
Height / Weight: 5'8” 168 lbs
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Having won three Dual Moguls World Championships in a row in 2009, 2011 and 2013, Alexandre Bilodeau is the champ of champs on the international moguls circuit, having scored either Gold or Silver at every single 2014 season Freestyle Skiing World Cup event he participated in prior to the Sochi Games, representing the force to be reckoned with coming in, with Quebec teammate Mikael Kingsbury nipping at his ski gear with equally impressive, and occasionally superior stats spanning over the last year. In addition to his rivalry with Kingsbury, this could have been a rough go for the mogul vet who won Gold at the Vancouver Olympic Games in 2010, representing the first Canadian to ever win Gold on home soil (he was joined by 13 other Canucks who also scored Gold by the end of the Games, though he was the first of the bunch). According to former moguls champ Jennifer Heil, no Olympic freestyle ski Gold medalist across disciplines had ever managed to win consecutive Golds at the Olympic Games, at least not until Bilodeau broke the curse and won Gold at Sochi, making history on February 10, 2014.