Date of birth
June 19, 1987
(as of Dec. 1, 2012)
Place of birth
Current place of residence
Aerials –Group B
Freestyle discipline and team
145 lbs in the morning, 148.5 after supper
Years on National Team
6th at the Calgary World Cup in 2011
No pain no gain
High school diploma
Golf, trampoline, hockey … basically, all sports.
Favorite professional sports team
I never leave home without…
My good mood
Yves Laroche, because he represents determination, joie de vivre and excellence: my three reasons to get out of bed every morning.
What’s the biggest challenge you’ve had to overcome?
My concussion was psychologically one of the hardest injuries to get over, but the one that helped me learn the most about myself.
Goals outside of sport
Growth: to always improve and see the next level ahead.
Advice to young athletes
Find your passion and do everything in your power to improve yourself.
How did you get into freestyle?
I did trampoline at an international level until I was 18 and started freestyle skiing in 2005.
Funniest thing that’s happened to you at a ski competition or training
I tripped on the in-run before even hitting the kicker.
It would surprise you to know that…
Sometimes I sing in the shower!
If I wasn’t an athlete I would be…
Favorite World Cup / AFP stop
Any World Cup in Canada, because I can perform before sponsors, family, and friends.
Most embarrassing moment
Same as the funniest one …
Anything else to add?
I also do stunts on the trampoline wall, which is a new discipline practiced by Cirque du Soleil and others.