B.C.'s Manuel Osborne-Paradis one to watch at Olympics
This will be the third Olympics for the 29-year-old alpine skier from North Vancouver
Manuel Osborne-Paradis from North Vancouver, B.C., is heading to the Winter Olympic Games for the third time in his career, and is aiming to win Canada's first medal in alpine skiing in two decades.
The last Canadian Olympian to medal in the sport was Ed Podovinsky, who won bronze at the 1994 Games in Lillehammer, Norway.
But as CBC's Shane Foxman explains in today's "Ten To Watch," the 29-year-old has had to overcome a few bumps on his way to Sochi.
Click the video above to see more of Osborne-Paradis's road to the Olympics.