Another season has come to an end. Thank you all for the incredible ride. Love you guys! ❤️🇨🇦 ••• Have a read about my Olympic experience - link in my bio!
And that's that! Another successful competition season has come to a close, and what an incredible season it was! Thank you all, once again, for helping me realize my dreams. After 10 World Cups and Olympic Games, I am honoured to call myself an Olympian and to be ranked 4th in the overall World Cup standings.
I want to say a huge thank you to my amazing coaches, teammates, sponsors, and Freestyle Canada for being there every step of the way. I simply could not wish for a better support crew. Without you all, I most definitely would not be where I am today. I also want to wish the best of luck to Marc-Antoine Gagnon, Alex-Anne Gagnon, and Audrey Robichaud in their future endeavours outside of the ski world. Thank you for being such awesome people, and for making my time on the National team that much better.
Below you will find a link to a little blog post I wrote about my Olympic experience. I hope you enjoy.
Now it is time for some much needed rest, relaxation, reflection, and fun!
THANK YOU AGAIN FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE SEASON!
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Canadian Athletes Now Fund
Happy Saint Patty’s Day ☘️ An excuse to post one Moher scenic photo from Ireland 😝
Italy was fab and all, but now it’s time for the last World Cup of the season! ••• Thanks @mikaelamatthews for capturing the stoke!
Hard to believe that the World Cup in Airolo, Switzerland was cancelled due to very thick fog. As disappointing as this was, we were all incredibly honoured to be able to celebrate Debby Scanzio, and her amazing career! All the best in the future Debby! Congratulations on a fantastic mogul skiing career!
One World Cup to go, and this time in Megeve, France. But first, my teammates and I will have a few days off exploring Italy! Wahoo! I will keep you all posted!
Stay tuned for an awesome show! It should be a great day!
Not exactly the day I was hoping for here in Japan...
After a little mishap, I was forced to pull out of my run during Qualifications. Although this is super frustrating to say the least, I know the course even better now, and tomorrow is a new day! And it’s the first Duals day of the season!
Onwards and upwards! Yewwww! Stay tuned for more info about tomorrow’s Dual Mogul competition!
All smiles because we are back!!! It’s hard to believe that we are already back in the start gate for the first World Cup after the Olympic Games!
Ladies Qualifications start at 9:55am (GMT+9), so 4:55pm (PST) for all of you back at home on the West Coast! I am 29th out of the start gate!
Ladies Finals start at 1:30pm (GMT+9), so 8:30pm (PST)
Thank you again for the incredible support, especially over the past few weeks. It has been a wild, amazing, fun ride, and I am forever grateful to have you all standing behind me every step of the way!