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Mikaël Kingsbury

The Most Accomplished Mogul Skier of all Time

The most dominant male moguls skier in history, Mikaël Kingsbury took home an Olympic gold medal in PyeongChang 2018. Four years earlier, he had shared the podium with teammate and fellow speaker Alex Bilodeau at Sochi 2014, winning the silver medal in his Olympic debut. As a speaker, Kingsbury shares his simple but elite approach to living everyday life as a high-performer. Audiences will learn how to optimize their mindsets in order to achieve the incredible.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Presentations

I Will Win: Making the Commitment to be Great
We all want to be great at what we do. But, how do we get there? At 10 years old, Mikaël Kingsbury didn’t know either — but he committed to the adventure anyway. Now the greatest moguls skier of all time, he has a story to share. In this presentation, Kingsbury looks back on his journey with the kind of purpose, passion and sense of humour any ambitious person can connect with. His lessons continue to empower those willing to believe they can be great at what they do. Kingsbury explores topics such as the will to win, passion, authentic relationships, pressure, purposeful preparation, the power of respect, adapting to your environment, and the power to inspire others. 

Summary Profile

Kingsbury took up mogul skiing at the age of eight, after learning to ski on the slopes of Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains. From  the moment he burst onto the international scene at the age of just 18, Kingsbury had Olympic glory in his sights.

He won his first freestyle and overall World Cup titles in 2012 at the age of 19. The following season Kingsbury set a new record of 19 consecutive top-three finishes, including 13 wins.

Kingsbury proudly stood alongside fellow Canadian icon Alex Bilodeau on the podium in Sochi with a 2014 Olympic silver medal as Canadians finished 1-2 during the competition. Four years later, Kingsbury had the fairy-tale ending to an outstanding year on the World Cup circuit, winning Olympic gold in PyeongChang. 

He quickly proved himself to be a prolific competitor squarely focused on success. A combination of hard work, focused mindset and enjoyment of his craft has culminated in Kingsbury’s unprecedented success on the slopes.