This fellow Frenchie is a Canadian freestyle skier from Montreal, Quebec and has become Canada’s hero after winning the first ever Gold achieved on Canadian soil. He’s totally adorable and this 22 year old has inspired so many others with his great achievement. He himself is inspired by his older brother Frédéric who has cerebral palsy. It’s really touching to see how close he is with him, and the rest of his family. Bilodeau was 11th at the Torino games in 2006, and in 2010 he has come out on top of the world!
Here are some of his stats:
Birthdate: September 8, 1987
Height: 5′ 8″
Weight: 170 lb
He defeated former Vancouverite Dale Begg-Smith who won the silver medal for Australia and was VERY bitter about not winning gold. A very sour loser, when he’s not even a loser. He won a freaking medal – be grateful! Check out the visual grouchiness oozing from Begg-Smith in the photo.
22,000 people went to the Victory Ceremony at BC Place for Bilodeau.
Grrr – totally hot.
Bilodeau’s “O” Face 😉