Julien Locke

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Date of Birth: September 01, 1993
Place of Birth: Nelson, BC
Hometown: Nelson, BC
Club: Black Jack Cross Country Ski Club
Years on Senior Team: 2
Career Highlights


Website: www.julienlocke.ca
Personal Sponsors: Rancho Vignola

Equipment:
Skis: Fischer
Poles: Swix
Boots/Bindings: Fischer

Photo Gallery

Background

National Ski Team Background
Julien Locke has been working his way through the athlete development pathway and is now ready to make a new mark on the elite circuit during his second year on the National Ski Team. Julien first competed at the Haywood Ski Nationals as a 14 year old where he became more focused on chasing a career as a high-performance athlete. He captured his first national junior sprint title in 2010.

 
Introduction to Cross-Country Skiing
Born and raised in Nelson, B.C., Julien began skiing as soon as he could walk at the Nelson Nordic Ski Club. He joined the Jackrabbits program when he was six, and completed all levels before progressing onto the racing team. Soon after he began competing locally in the Kootenay Cup Series. Julien joined the Nelson Nordic Junior Racing program at 11 before competing in his first B.C. Cup event two years later.
 
Personal
When not charging down Nordic ski trails, Julien is a web developer, and runs his own web development and photography business.

Notable Results

Career Highlights
2017 – World Cup Finals, Quebec City, CAN: 20 (Sprint F)
2017 – World Cup, Pyeongchang, KOR: 18 (Team Sprint F), 36 (Sprint C)
2016 – U23 World Championships, Finsterau, GER: 16
2016 – US National Championships, Houghton, MI: 3 (Sprint F)
2016 – First Overall Buff Sprint Series
2016 – Haywood Ski Nationals, Whitehorse: 3 (Sprint F)
2015 – Haywood Ski Nationals, Thunder Bay, Ont.: 2 (Sprint C)
2015 – Canada Winter Games, Prince George, B.C.: 3 (Team Relay)
2015 – Third Overall on Buff Sprint Series

Full Results

World Championship Results
2016 – U23 World Championships, Finsterau, GER: 16

World Cup Results
2017 – World Cup Finals, Quebec City, CAN: 20 (Sprint F)
2017 – World Cup, Pyeongchang, KOR: 18 (Team Sprint F), 36 (Sprint)

National Results
2017 – Haywood NorAm, Whistler, B.C.: 2 (Sprint F)
2016 – Haywood NorAm, Rossland, B.C.: 2 (Sprint F)
2016 – Haywood NorAm, Thunder Bay, Ont: 1 (Sprint F)
2016 – Haywood Eastern Canadian Championships, Cantley, Que.: 1 (Sprint F)
2016 – Gatineau Loppet, Gatineau, Que.: 2 (51km C)
2016 – Haywood Ski Nationals, Whitehorse: 3 (Sprint F)
2015 – Haywood Ski Nationals, Thunder Bay, Ont.: 2 (Sprint C)
2015 – Western Canadian Championships, Canmore, Alta.: 2 (Sprint F)
2014 – Western Canadian Championships, Prince George, B.C.: 3 (Sprint C)