Canadian born Dale Begg-Smith grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia and began skiing at a very early age. Throughout his early career, D...
Canadian born Dale Begg-Smith grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia and began skiing at a very early age. Throughout his early career, Dale trained tirelessly alongside his older brother, Jason Begg-Smith, and they competed for Canada in various mogul skiing events. After moving to Australia in 2001, the brothers did not compete for three years while awaiting their Australian citizenship. In 2005 Dale was awarded Ski and Snowboard Australia's Snow Sports Athlete of the Year. Dale set the record for the only freestyle athlete to medal at all four major events entered, due to his Olympic and world championship podiums. He also became Australia's most successful winter athleteand one of only five Australians to win a gold medal in the Winter Games alongside Olympians Steven Bradbury, Alisa Camplin, Torah Bright, and Lydia Lassila.
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