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Lloyd Langlois

Freestyle :: Freestyle Aerial

In a long freestyle skiing career spanning 13-years from 1984 until his retirement in 1997 as a member of Canada's National Freestyle Ski Team, Lloyd Langlois had an exceptional record of World Cup achievement in aerials competition finishing in the medals (Gold and Silver) on 47-occasions.

He won two Olympic Winter Games Bronze Medals in aerials competition, first at the XV Games held in Calgary, Alberta, in 1988, and the second at the XVll Games in Lillehammer, Norway, in 1994.

He won the World's Aerials Championships twice winning Gold at Tignes, France in 1986 and again at Oberjoch, Germany in 1989.  ['CLICK' BELOW TO READ FULL BIOGRAPHY]

Born:  1962

Active Period:  1984 - 1997

Inducted:  2002

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