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Jungle Jim Hunter

"Inspiring Participation - Communicating Precision - Empowering Performers"


    Jungle Jim is a former Canadian alpine ski racer who represented Canada at two Winter Olympic Games in 1972 and 1976. He won a bronze medal in the1972 World Championships and was a member of the Canadian Men’s Alpine Ski Team, nicknamed the “Crazy Canucks”. Jim is considered to be, "The Original Crazy Canuck".

    Jungle Jim retired from the Canadian ski team in March, 1977. He then competed as a professional on the World Pro Ski Tour winning the first ever downhill event held on the tour.

    Since retiring from professional competition, Jim has become a sought after motivational speaker. He has devoted himself to mentoring and training others, inspiring them to participate, to overcome obstacles, and to believe in themselves. Jim delivers an invigorating ‘can do’ message which will be remembered long after a presentation because he speaks from intense personal experience.


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Inspiring Albertan: 'Jungle' Jim Hunter