Mikael Kingsbury


Olympic Athlete Mikael Kingsbury

Mikael the Invincible joined the Momentum coaching crew in 2011 after a benchmark season winning silver and bronze at the 2011 World Championships. This young gun burst onto the World Cup circuit in 2010 winning Rookie of the Year and there has been no stopping him ever since!

For the seventh consecutive season, Mikaël “King of the Moguls” Kingsbury has won both crystal globes. The Deux-Montagnes native had already clinched the honour, and the title of Best in the Discipline, in Tazawako, Japan. But he had to wait until the end of the season for the FIS to announce that he’d also won the globe for best skier in all freestyle disciplines. Kingsbury heads home with a record 49 World Cup wins, seven of those in the 2017/2018 season, 13 straight victories, along with a gold medal at the 2018 Olympic Games and his two crystal globes.




Career Highlights:
2018 Olympic GOLD Medalist
2010 – 2018 :  49  World Cup wins, putting him ahead of 1992 Olympic champion Donna Weinbrecht and Olympic champion (2010) Hannah Kearney on the all-time moguls list.
2014 Olympic Silver Medalist
2015  29th career World Cup victory, breaking the male moguls record held by 1992 Olympic champion Edgar Grospiron.
2013 World Champion Moguls
2010 FIS Rookie of the Year