Premier Tech athletes
Driven by the passion for sports
Determined to always go beyond by investing time and energy day after day in their sport, the Premier Tech athletes share our passion for what we accomplish.
This passion that motivates us to push the limits makes this partnership so strong and unique. We are proud to make a difference for these athletes, as well as for our customers and partners, by helping them win.
Get to know the Premier Tech athletes
Britanie Cauchon, cyclist
The Saint-Alexandre-de-Kamouraska athlete is part of the Club cycliste Espoirs Premier Tech. She stands out in time trial events.
“Premier Tech’s support is very important in my cycling career. Thanks to this support, I’ve had some great opportunities like meeting the members of the Israel—Premier Tech cycling team.”
Quebec ChampionshipsIn 2020, at 16 years old, Britanie is one of the youngest cyclists to take part in the Québec Road Cycling Championships — Elite. She reaches the podium twice, ahead of more experienced runners.
Sport-études scholarship Although 2021 was a tough year due to major injuries, she never stops pushing herself. The student-athlete in social sciences at the Cégep of Rivière-du-Loup received the sport-études scholarship for the quality of her academic performance.
A promising futureBack on her bike since the spring of 2022, Britanie is more determined than ever to reach the highest summits of her sports.
Emmanuelle Moreau, cross-country skier
The Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges athlete joins the Club Nordique of Mont Saint-Anne around the age of 10. She stands out in free skating events, also called skate skiing.
“I am thrilled to be a part of the Premier Tech Team and to be supported by a company that encourages sports on many levels.”
The World Junior Championships in her sightsIn 2019, at 12 years old, Emmanuelle wins gold at her first Jeux du Québec. The following year, she entered the ski-études program, which allowed her to focus more on her sport. In 2022, she won two gold metals in the Eastern Canadian Championships. She now aspires to be selected for the World Junior Championships.
A family passionHer older brother, cross-country skier Félix-Olivier Moreau, is also part of the Premier Tech athletes and, her younger brother, Zachari Moreau, is a member of the Premier Tech Espoirs cycling team.
Félix-Olivier Moreau, cross-country skier
The athlete from Saint-Férréol-les-Neiges practices cross-country skiing at the Pierre Harvey National Training Centre. He stands out in 10k classic style events.
“I am convinced that the support of Premier Tech will help me reach my full potential. I am proud to be endorsed by a Québec international company involved in high-level sport.”
The Jeux du QuébecWhen he enters high school, Félix-Olivier joins the ski-études program, allowing him to compete at a regional level. In 2018, when he is just 16, he becomes the most decorated athlete ever at the Jeux du Québec, with 22 medals in cross-country skiing and cycling.
The Olympic dreamSelected twice for the World Championships (2021 and 2022), he is now looking to be a part of the 2026 Canadian Olympic team in Cortina, Italy.
A family passionHis sister, cross-country skier Emmanuelle Moreau, is also a Premier Tech athlete and his brother, Zachari Moreau, is part of the Premier Tech Espoirs cycling team.
Benjamin Ouellet, para athletics
The Saint-Pascal-de-Kamouraska athlete trains with the Université Laval athletics club (CAUL). His specialty is the 1 500 m.
If athletics is often considered an individual sport, it is a team effort for Benjamin because he competes with a guide. Teamwork is a major part of his success and he is “proud to collaborate with a company that also shares this value.”
Holder of several recordsHe joins the Rivière-du-Loup Filoup athletics club at the age of twelve, allowing him to develop his full potential in this field for over ten years. He holds many Québec records and, in 2018, he is considered the best blind athlete in the world in the under-19 category.
The Paralympic Games in his sightsConvinced that the best years of his career are ahead of him, Benjamin aims to participate in the Los Angeles Paralympic Games in 2028.
Charles Philibert-Thiboutot, athletics
The Québec City athlete is a member of the national athletics team. His specialty is the 1 500 m.
“At a time when injuries were keeping me from training and competing, Premier Tech’s support literally saved my career by allowing me to focus on rehabilitation and long-term goals. Since then, I am back to my career’s best and Premier Tech’s help allows me to focus on what is really necessary to pursue an Olympic medal.”
The Rouge et Or yearsDuring his administration and public relations studies at Université Laval, Charles joins the Rouge et Or track and field and cross-country team. He is named athlete of the year — all sports included — two years in a row.
The Olympic dreamIn 2016, he takes part in the 1500m semifinals at the Rio Olympic Games. In 2022, ten months after missing by two seconds the Olympic standard to participate in the Tokyo Games, he sets a new Canadian 5 km record at the Boston Marathon. Confident for the rest of his career, Charles aims to improve his world ranking in the 1 500 m and 5 000 m.
Raphaëlle Tremblay, swimmer
The Premier Tech athlete and team member started competing with the Club de natation Les Loups-Marins at the age of 7. Her specialty is the 200m medley.
“I feel privileged to be supported by Premier Tech in the practice of my sport. Being from Rivière-du-Loup, I’ve known this company since I was little. I remember celebrating the 90 years of Premier Tech when I was a child with my parents, both team members at the time.”
A family passion Raphaëlle shares her passion for swimming with several members of her family. Her uncle, Paul Naisby, represented Great Britain twice at the Olympic Games. At only 14, it’s Raphaëlle’s turn to qualify for the Olympic tryouts.
Regional recordsThe athlete shines in the 15–17 category at the 2022 provincial ARENA championships where she beats two regional records — one in the 100 m freestyle and one in the 200 m medley.
Canadian University ChampionshipsRaphaëlle, who is interested in law, psychology and administration, plans to pursue her studies at university while winning a medal at the Canadian University Championships.
Elliot Bérubé, triathlete
The Rivière-du-Loup athlete got into triathlon at the age of 11 during a recreational event with his father and friends. But it is only in 2019 that he starts focussing more seriously on this discipline, which allows him to combine his passion for sport and the outdoors.
“I am extremely proud of my region, Rivière-du-Loup. So Premier Tech's support is meaningful to me and it makes me look forward for what's to come!”
Passionate about sportsElliot has been active ever since he was young. Supported by his parents, who are also sports enthusiasts, he enjoys a wide range of sports — from tennis to cross-country skiing and climbing. In 2014, he took part in the Jeux du Québec in swimming. He repeats the same feat in 2016, adding a mountain bike competition.
Dreaming of the professional athlete lifeTo no one’s surprise, Elliot has been dreaming about the professional athlete life ever since he was eight years old. He wants to travel the world while pursuing his passion for sports and teaching physical education. He hopes to someday represent Canada at the Olympic Games. Part of the Université Laval Rouge et Or triathlon program, he aspires to establish himself on the World Cup circuit in the near future to compete against the best in this endurance sport.
Mathys Lalonde, alpine skier
The athlete, who grew up in Saint-Simon, in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region, started skiing at the age of three with his father. He stands out in slalom and giant slalom, which are both technical events.
“Being part of the Premier Tech Team brings me such pride and confidence. I am thrilled to represent a company based in Rivière-du-Loup, as I grew up nearby. I can’t wait to wear Premier Tech’s colours.”
The Équipe QuébecMathys was introduced to alpine skiing at an early age by his father, who was his first coach. He understood skiing would turn into more than a hobby around the age of 13, when he finished second in his first race on the provincial circuit. Determined to earn a spot with the Équipe Québec, he achieves this goal in 2019. He has been competing at the North American level since 2017.
The student-athleteMathys currently trains with the Université de Montréal Carabins while studying law. In 2023, he wins the following awards: Male Rookie of the Year, Men’s All-Star Team and Rookie of the Year — male alpine skiing.