Who is your coach?
What is your favourite memory of snowboarding?
Snowboarding through fresh powder snow at Horseshoe Valley for the first time.
What is your favourite food?
What is the best advice you’ve ever received and from who?
Always be prepared to adapt to the situation from my dad.
What do you do in your training that is key to your success?
Continuing to push myself and do as much off hill physical exercise I can.
If you could ride anywhere, where would it be?
If I could ride anywhere Japan would be at the top of my list
Favourite sport/past time other than snowboarding?
What is your dream vacation?
A nice all inclusive resort with clear warm water and unlimited slushies.
What are your top 3 songs to ride to?
What is the last tv show/movie you watched?
What is your greatest snowboard accomplishment to date?
Qualifying to go to nationals for the first time in the 2019/2020 season.
What is your greatest non-snowboard accomplishment to date?
Receiving my Bronze Medallion for swimming
What is the most challenging part of competitive snowboarding?
The most challenging part of competitive snowboarding for me is when things don’t always go as planned no matter how much preparation or hard work I’ve done.
What was the scariest thing you’ve had to do? Are you glad you did it?
Jumping off the bridge at Kawartha Lakes. I’m very glad I concurred my fears, the ice cream afterwards was well worth it.