Cross Country Skiing
George LeFeuvre of Jemseg is recognized internationally for his skills in trail grooming and track setting in cross-country skiing. He has travelled around the globe and participated in site preparation at six Winter Olympic Games from Calgary to Vancouver, eleven international championships and several national competitions, including four Canada Winter Games. He regularly travels to give training clinics and seminars. In 1999, he was awarded the Dave Rees Award by Cross Country Canada for his contribution to the sport. LeFeuvre is recognized by his peers and athletes worldwide for his expertise, dedication and integrity in a career spanning 35 years. Inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, June 8, 2013
Groomed trails and set tracks for 6 Olympic Games from Calgary to Vancouver, 11 international championships and several national competitions, including 4 Canada Winter Games.
Improved the JACA tracksetter machine, the international standard for snow grooming trails.
Awarded the Dave Rees Award by Cross Country Canada in 1999 for his long-term contribution to the sport of cross-country skiing.