Armada Skis, Dragon Goggles, Stance Socks, Save on Foods
2021 Halfpipe World Championships 9th place
2017/2018 Overall Canada Cup winner for halfpipe
Amy Fraser started skiing at 2 years old but began to pursue freestyle skiing after completing university in 2016. While at university, Amy befriended some local skiers, and members of the national team and thought they made skiing look like the most fun. Amy felt inspired to try to learn tricks and quickly fell in love with the sport and the community.
After completing her degree, a local club team coach noticed Amy hiking rails and asked if she’d like to ski with their team. She was eager to learn and soon after, he suggested she enter a competition. That first competition led to two years of competing in slopestyle and halfpipe competitions.
Amy’s passion for halfpipe and hard work led to a spot on the National Team for Halfpipe skiing in 2019. She never thought that her love for the sport would bring her to so many amazing places, meet so many awesome people, and allow her to learn so much. Amy is most happy challenging herself and progressing in her sport. When Amy isn’t skiing, she enjoys spending time with her friends, playing her ukulele or going for big bike rides.
So far, Amy has top finishes in big mountain, slopestyle and halfpipe competitions. Most notably, her overall halfpipe Canada Cup wins in 2018 & 2019.