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Alex Beaulieu-Marchand

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Still a teenager, Alex Beaulieu-Marchland is just beginning to unveil all that he’s going to bring to skiing in the coming decade. A podium threat in contests, a dynamic urban rider for video parts and having just begun to dabble in backcountry riding, it’s impossible to define what ABM’s future will hold – but will certainly be worth paying close attention to. Born and raised in Quebec, AMB was up on skis early and often, with regular weekend family trips to the local mountains whenever snow was on the ground. He made his debut on the international level competing at X Games in 2013 and earned his first major podium result at Dew Tour...

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