Behind The Season

When will you stop pursuing your goals? When will you be happy? Here, I reflect on my season and what keeps me motivated.

2018

2015 – Graduated on the Dean’s honor role from Queen’s University 2016 – Won the overall NorAm title for the second year in a row 2017 – Finished 26th at World Championships in Sierra Nevada 2018 – My goal for 2018 was to represent Canada at the Olympic Games in Korea. Unfortunately, that will no…

Chile 2017

Back at it! Summer training finished up with 3 weeks at El Colorado in Chile. . Since the camp was three weeks, we had room to play around with unorthodox training drills. My favourite was follow the leader – granted, it’s a little difficult when you’re following the 2010 Olympic Champion, Jasey Jay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9ATk9IdNN0.  Chile is…

The True North Strong and Free

If there is one thing I have learned over the course of my career, there’s no place like home Canada is my home and on July 1st, us Canucks join together to celebrate the 150th anniversary of confederation. So for all of you non-Canadians, here are some fun facts straight from Reader’s Digest (thank you)…

In The Hood

2017-2018 Season has BEGUN!   I have just returned from Mt Hood, Oregon for the first camp of the season! It’s been just shy of two months since I have been on snow in Tremblant. To be completely honest, the ‘break’ was nice (especially on the body). After having 5 races in the poring rain…

The Long and Winding Road

Check out my latest vid here: Chile Video The long and winding road to the Olympics is just that. Long and full of ups and downs. I started snowboarding when I was four years old at my home away from home, Holimont. I am now approaching my 20th year in the sport. To put things in…