Hailing from Calgary, Trevor Philp is a part of an emerging group of young Canadian technical racers who are making waves on the World Cup circuit. Philp’s first World Cup start was during the 2011-12 season, at a time when he was a student at Denver University while racing at his highest level.
The following season, Philp competed at the junior and senior World Championships and claimed the top title of that year’s Canadian giant slalom title. Philp was also a key member of the Canadian team that competed in the 2015 FIS World Championships, that saw Canada being awarded silver.
It was the 2015-16 season that saw Philp taking the award of Canadian Champion in giant slalom and alpine combined, and had a season-best 14th-place finish in the Kitzbuehel slalom that same year.