Born in Trois Rivieres, Quebec, McCulloch demonstrated, even in his early days, the aggressive spirit of a champion, not because of any need for applause but because of his boundless energy and physical ability. Coming from a town in which ski jumping was the foremost skiing activity, McCulloch became a jumper first and alpine competitor second. The conversion came in the winter of 1945 -1946 when, in Lac Beauport for a ski jumping event, he entered a Laurentian Zone slalom event and placed second to a top Canadian skier.
Active Period: 1945 - 1976
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