Ted Hogan of Montreal Ski Club maintained an active presence in local ski jumping competitions in Quebec and Ontario throughout the late 1920s and 1930s. His best individual result was a victory at a competition held in Colebrook, New Hampshire in February 1927 in which he won the Van Dyke Cup. In March of that same year, he broke a Montreal Ski Club record, jumping a distance of 135 feet. He was selected, along with clubmate Leslie Gagne, for the Canadian ski jumping team at the 1932 Olympics in Lake Placid, but ultimately did not take part in the competition. He was an aircraft mechanic and bush pilot by profession.