Phil Widmer

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Date of Birth: October 18, 1983
Place of Birth: Banff, Alberta
Hometown: Banff, Alberta
Club: Canmore Nordic Ski Club
Development Centre: AWCA
Coach: Mike Cavaliere & Stefan Kuhn
Years on Senior Team: 11
Personal Sponsors:
Banff Lodging Company, Jamie Coatsworth, Adventure Destinations, The Mactaggart Third Fund,
Mark Starratt & Lorraine Chan and Mike Urquhart

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

Photo Gallery

Background

Background to National Ski Team:
Phil Widmer proved he’s a young talent to be reckoned with during a highly successful Olympic season in 2006. Along with making his Olympic debut, he won a gold medal in the sprint discipline at the National Championships and qualified fourth in the sprint event in his first ever World Cup race on home snow in Vernon, B.C. Making his return to the National Ski Team in 2013-14, Phil continues to develop each day in pursuit of finding his way back to the start line of the Olympic Games.
 
Personal:                                                                                                                                           
Phil grew up in Banff, Alta with skis on his feet. At the age of 12 he traded in his alpine boards for the nordic sticks and hasn’t looked back since. In the springtime he likes to combine both and go ski touring, the best of both worlds. Phil has been training for Nordic ski racing for that past 12 years. He has Olympic dreams and world-class aspirations and is thankful for the opportunities given to him. He is excited to get after it! Ski to live.

Notable Results

2006 Olympian
2008 – World Cup, Canmore, Alta.: 13 (sprint)
2008 – World Cup, Canmore, Alta.: 24 (sprint)
2013 – World Cup, Canmore, CAN: 15 (Sprint F)
2013 – World Cup, Quebec City, CAN: 20 (Team Sprint F)

Full Results

Olympic Results:
2006 – Olympic Winter Games, Torino, ITA: 47 (Sprint F)
 
World Championship Results:
2013 – World Ski Championships, Val di Fiemme, ITA: 49 (Sprint C)
2007 – World Ski Championships, Sapporo, Japan: 63 (Sprint)
2006 – Under-23 World Championships, Medvode, Slovakia: 17 (sprint)
 
World Cup Results:
2013 – World Cup, Canmore, CAN: 15 (Sprint F)
2013 – World Cup, Quebec City, CAN: 20 (Team Sprint F)
2008 – World Cup, Canmore, Alta.: 13 (Sprint)
2008 – World Cup, Canmore, Alta.: 24 (Sprint)
2008 – World Cup, Falun, Sweden: 12 (Team Relay)
2008 – World Cup, Liberec, Czech Republic: 27 (Team Sprint)
2008 – World Cup, Canmore, Alta.: 13 (Sprint)
2008 – World Cup, Canmore, Alta.: 24 (Sprint)
2007 – World Cup, Duesseldorf, Germany: 17 (Team Sprint)
2007 – World Cup, Duesseldorf, Germany: 36 (Sprint)
 
National Results:
2013 – Haywood Ski Nationals, Whistler, B.C.: 3 (Sprint C)
2013 – Haywood NorAm, Nakkertok, Ont.: 1 (Sprint C)
2013 – Haywood NorAm, Thunder Bay, Ont.: 1 (Sprint C)
2008 – Haywood NorAm, Duntroon, Ont.: 1 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Mont Ste Anne, Que.: 1 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Canmore, Alta.: 1 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Canmore, Alta.: 1 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Rossland, B.C.: 3 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Canmore, Alta.: 3 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Canmore, Alta.: 2 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Vernon, B.C.: 3 (Sprint)   
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Mont Ste Anne, Que: 1 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Canmore, Alta.: 1 (Sprint)
2007 – Haywood NorAm, Canmore, Alta.: 1 (Sprint)
2006 – Haywood Ski Nationals, Thunder Bay, Ont.: 1 (Sprint)
2006 – US National Championships: 1 (Team Sprint)
2006 – US National Championships: 2 (Sprint)