Rob Boyd (born 15 February 1966) is a Canadian former alpine skier who competed in the 1988 Winter Olympics and currently coaches at the world-famous Whistler Mountain ski team. In 1989 he was the first Canadian alpine skier to win a downhill on home soil. He moved to Whistler in 1982 at age 16 and said "it opened up his eyes" after making the provincial ski team. He credits his sister for inspiring him to ski race and get good.
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