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Cary Mullen

World Cup Downhill Champion 
and Two-Time Olympian

 

"You are the 'champion' of your destiny"

Cary Mullen has done anything but tiptoe through life. In fact he has lived on the edge as a competitive ski racer.

Cary holds the current world record for Downhill speed of 97 miles per hour. He achieved this record on the world’s most revered competitive ski course – the Hahnenkamm in Austria.

Additionally, Cary was the winner of two US Championships and four North American Championships.  He is a two time Olympian and holds two World cup silver medals.  In 2002 Cary Mullen was inducted into the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame.

In 1994 he won the World Cup at America’s Downhill in Aspen, Colorado while setting a new course Record .

Cary Mullen is proud to give back to the community through charitable work. He lends his time to The Kid’s Help Phone, Terry Fox Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis and Multiple Sclerosis. Cary has also founded two charities.

Champ Fest™, is a coalition of champions assisting Alberta Alpine skiers and Kids Cancer Care.

The Cary Mullen Character Awards™ recognize young athletes who display courage commitment, confidence and camaraderie. Enduring characteristics of a true champion.

In November of 2000, Cary Mullen retired as leader of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team. He now turns his passion for excellence toward helping individuals and organizations achieve higher levels of success.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 



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"Cary Mullen is a true professional. His life as a competitive ski racer and World Champion has undertaken an incredibly successful transition to that of businessman and coach.  Cary exhibits rare communication skills and is a man that can aid and abet our players victory."

- Ken King
Calgary Flames

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