When Alexandre Bilodeau flew down the moguls during his last race of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics,
he had already made his mark in the skiing world. When he became the first ever Canadian to win a gold
medal on home soil, he instantly captured an entire nation’s heart. From coast to coast, his exploit
elicited passion and pride. On his journey, he learned that determination and courage were the key to
earning this medal, and it was his brother Frédéric, who suffers from cerebral palsy, who taught him
that valuable lesson. In February 2014, he took part of the Sotchi Olympic games, his last ones, where he
successfully defended his Olympic title. He became the first Canadian double Olympic champion in
moguls’ freestyle skiing. The 2013-2014 season was his last one. Alexandre take on new challenges by
completing a bachelor’s degree in accounting at the John Molson School of Business at Concordia
University and his graduate degree at HEC. Alexandre now evolves at KPMG as senior consultant in
transactional services.