Caroline Calvé is a Canadian Olympic Snowboarder and has been a part of the Nationals for the past four years.
There is a connection between me and Caroline Calvé. It’s that me and her both like to snowboard.We like it a lot. Well I like it a lot because I like how we place ourselves on the snowboard. I don’t know why she likes it but I like it because its FUN !
Calvé was born on October 1st , 1978 in Hull, Quebec. She grew up in Alymer Quebec and now she is 32 years old. She currently lives in Lachine, Quebec. She is a member of the Mont-St-Marie and Mont Tremblant snowboard/ski club. She trains with her coaches Mark Fawcett and Sylvain Jean. She uses a Kessler Board and has a regular stance. She also wears UPZ boots. She is sponsored by Oberson and Uvex. Her nickname is Caro and she speaks both English and French. Caroline Calve is also a part of the Aboriginal background of the Algonquin Heritage, and is a Member of the First Nations Snowboarding team and a member of the Native Alliance of Quebec.
When Caroline Calvé is not Snowboarding she is doing yoga, biking, cross country ski or reading.
In Caroline Calvé’s Team there are: Ariane Lavigne, Kimiko Zackreski Matthew Horison, Pat Farel, Alexa Loo, Jasey-Jay Anderson and Micheal Lambert and of course Caroline Calvé .
In 2007 Caroline Calvé was doing Parallel Slalom and her ranking was 10 and the location was in Arosa, Switzerland. In 2009 Caroline Calvé was doing Parallel Giant Slalom and her ranking was 11 and the place that she was at was called Gangwon, Korea In 2009 when she was doing Parallel Slalom and her ranking was 25 . And now the last one . In 2007 when she was doing Parallel giant slalom her ranking was 29 and ii was in Arosa, Switzerland .
Caroline Calvé won her fist career world cup medal she won a silver medal in Parallel giant slalom in March 2009 she was in 11th place at the 2009 world cup in the same event . Caroline Calvé started her competitive career in 2003 and she got better and better through the years until 2006 and since then she has been in preparation to go to the Olympics. Her team is called Canadian National team. Caroline Calvé will participate in the Vancouver 2010 Olympics winter games.
I hope that she will win the gold medal or silver or bronze but I would be so happy if she would win the gold.
Caroline Calvé also has her own website:
by: J.R, 10 yrs. old