Butch Boutry

In 1959-63, Butch Boutry was a member of the Canadian National Ski Team.

In 1963, he won the Western Canadian Men's Ski Championships.

He was also the Veterans Champion three years in a row.

In 1971-76, Butch coached the Canadian National Ski Team, becoming the head coach.

He also coached the Red Mountain Racers for 2 years and has been the coach of the Canadian Disabled Ski Team. Butch took this team to the 1980, 1984 and 1988 Olympics.

Butch has coached many Summer Ski Camps including Oregon International Summer Racing Camp and the Kokanee Summer Camp.

Butch has his level four coaching certificate and has been a course director for Canadian Ski Coaches Federation for four years. Butch has a life-time membership to this organization. Butch is also the Western Program Director for the Canadian Ski Association and is responsible for coaches, courses and clinics for the National Ski Team in Western Canada.