Biathlon & Nordic Skiing


Prince Albert, SK


Brittany Hudak

Brittany is a 3-time Paralympian and 3-time Paralympic medalist in the sport of Biathlon and Nordic Skiing. Originally from Prince Albert, SK, she got her start when she was approached by a local Paralympian to see if she was interested in Nordic Skiing.  2 years later, she qualified for Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia, and she has not looked back since.  Brittany loves to connect with others in and out of sport.  While sport has brought her so much joy, Brittany also has a degree in Social Work and works casually at a youth group home.  This season, Brittany is also working as the Lead Nordic Ski Instructor for Rocky Mountain Adaptive; a non-profit that aims to make the outdoors accessible for all. She embodies, empowering one another to be our best selves.  We look forward to cheering her on this year in the upcoming World Championships in Sweden.  

Brittany Hudak Hornby Organic Athlete



2022 – Bronze Medal – 12.5 Km Biathlon, 2022 Beijing Paralympics
2022 – Bronze Medal – 15 Km Classic Cross-Country, 2022 Beijing Paralympics
2021 – 4X Gold Medalist – World Cup, Canmore, AB
2020 – 3rd Place Finish – 10 Km Classic & 5 Km Classic, World Cup,  Vuokatti, FIN
2019 – 4th Place Finish – 12.5 Km Biathlon, World Cup, Lillihammer, NOR
2019 – 4th Place Finish – 12.5 Km Biathlon & 10 Km Biathlon, World Para-Nordic Ski Championships, Prince George, BC
2018 – Bronze Medal – 12.5 Km Biathlon & 5th Place Finish 10 Km Biathlon, 2018 Pyeongchang Paralympics
2015 – First overall on IPC World Cup for Cross Country Skiing
2015 – 1st Place Finish Cross Country Sprint & Cross Country Long, 2nd Place Finish Cross County Middle, World Cup Asahikawa, JPN
2015 – 2nd Place Finish 15 Km Cross Country & 12.5 Km Biathlon, 3rd Place Finish 6 Km Biathlon, World Cup, Surndal, NOR
2015 – 3X Gold Medalist, Canada Winter Games, Prince George, BC