Brittany Hudak

Professional Athlete

Canada

Born and raised in small town Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Brittany grew up loving the outdoors, swimming, snowmobiling, fishing, and running. Her heart found its true passion in cross-country skiing when she was 18. As a Paralympic skier, Brittany has earned first place at the Japan World Cup, second place at the Norway World Cup, and fifth place in biathlon at World Championships — all in 2015! She also won a bronze medal at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang. At the 2019 Para Nordic World Championships, her highlight was a silver medal in the mixed team relay. Brittany is pursuing secondary education for a bachelor's degree in social work, and has goals of getting a master’s degree as well. 


Hometown

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Currently Trains:

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan