Braydon Luscombe is the current Canadian men’s giant slalom champion in para-alpine. At the IPC World Cup finals held in Sochi last season Braydon placed a promising fifth in the slalom; this has been a great boost for his competitive confidence heading into the Sochi Paralympics. Braydon has great respect for the Mount Washington program for helping to change his perspective on his impairment, and because of that he is now fulfilling his ambitions of competing at the 2014 Sochi Paralympics.
Date of Birth: November 30, 1992
Birthplace: Victoria, British Columbia
Residence: Ducan, British Columbia
Height/Weight: 188 cm/ 73 kg
Coach: Jean-Sebastien Labrie, Sven Pouloit, Lasse Ericsson, Jocelyn Huot