Date of Birth: 17/04/84
Sponsors: Rome, Oakley, Red Bull, Solo Mobile, Thirty-Two, Etnies, Whistler-Blackcomb, Empire
Recent contest results:
2004: Best trick Us Open Rail Jam
2005: 4th Us Open rail Jam
2005: 1st Best Trick, Abominable Snowjam – Slopestyle
2005: 1st Nikita showdown slope style,
2006 3rd Rail Session, Honda Session, Vail
|What did you get up to in the summer? Any glacier riding?
I was coaching up in Whistler at Camp of Champions so that was really fun. The campers were so pumped and the weather was really good most of the time. Definitely hope to do that again next year.
What have you got planned for the forthcoming season so far?
Open etc and will hopefully get to go to some of the most awesome destinations for filming. Besides that, I want to start an ant farm, get a new yukul?©l?© since my roomates broke it on my head and I really want to learn how to make cheesecake.
Where are you going to be based, when you’re not travelling?
Any goals for this season or new tricks you want to stomp?
How long have you been riding? Did you ski before you got on a snowboard?
you could take your favourite people anywhere to ride for a day, who would you take and where would you go?
It would be somewhere with the longest untouched natural pillow lines with a chairlift to ourselves. I would probably bring all my best friend from home and Whistler, my brothers and my dad, Andr?©, my skier roomates, Anne-Flore(Marxer), Hadar (Laura), BeVy(Vuillemier), Nat(Zurek) and so many more… And there would be animals playing the best melodies, it would be snowing the biggest flakes ever but it would be sunny at the same time and there would be the best food feast at the bottom with a big fire with leprechauns and unicorns everywhere. Waaahhoooooa!
Which mountain in the world do you think has the best set up?
Do you do any training/exercise off the mountain to keep in shape?
Can we see you on film in any of the forthcoming movies? What can we expect to see?
What’s the best piece of snowboarding advice you’ve been given?
Do you ever get the fear and if you do, how do you deal with it?
How do you find the business side of being a pro rider? Do you have a lot of work to do off the hill dealing with sponsors, sorting travel etc?
Do you get involved in product development with your sponsors? If so what have you worked on and do they listen to what you tell them?
What do you think the best invention or development in snowboarding has been over the past few years?
What’s been the most fun contest you’ve taken part in?
How did you enjoy your trip to London and the Red Bull Rail Storm last year?
Do you listen to tunes when you ride? Are there any tunes you think really help you get pumped up to hit something scary?
How do you think the image of women in snowboarding is changing? Do you think female riders get enough recognition?
What fashion advice would you give someone wanting to look good on the
Anyone else you want to say hi to?
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