I could not be more excited and motivated to be named by the International Ski Federation (FIS) as a potential US athlete for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Working full time as a nurse and self coached, I competed in the 2016/2017 World Cup and Noram circuits finishing 2nd in the US.
As a member of the USSRT, an independent team of the top professional US racers, I will continue to push myself in order to be able to compete at the highest level, as I race towards the possibility of representing the US in the 2018 Olympics in South Korea. My goal is to not only better myself, but my sport as well. I strive to give future generations the same opportunities, if not more than I have had. It is my passion to share my love of snowboard racing, as well as the unforgettable experiences and life lessons it brings.
Unfortunately, the expenses to be able to compete in the Olympic qualifiers is very costly for the athlete. With expenses such as travel, lodging, equipment, and coaching snowboard seasons can run upwards of $25,000.
I hope to find generous supporters who share my passion and are willing to join me in achieving my dream of representing the United States in the 2018 World Cup and Olympic season. Together we can inspire future generations to reach for their dreams.