Freestyle Community Mourns the Loss of Rémi Cloutier


This week a true supporter of freestyle skiing and of winter sports was lost with the passing of Rémi Cloutier.

Mr. Cloutier’s years of volunteerism were well known within the community and he was a regular face at World Cups in Quebec for over a decade. Mr. Cloutier also worked with the CFSA Sales and Marketing teams to raise corporate partner support.

“It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of Rémi Cloutier,” said Bruce Robinson, CEO of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Association. “Rémi was a model example of a fan’s passion for freestyle skiing. The entire community will feel this loss. We send out our deepest condolences to Rémi’s family, friends and loved ones.”

Mr. Cloutier was a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, a former vice president of Canadian Ski Association and inducted in to the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame in 1997. Mr. Cloutier was a true builder of Canadian skiing. He will be truly missed.

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