Why We Do | Slopestyle
The Why We Do campaign aims to share the stories of our Canadian National Snowboard Team athletes about why they train the way they do. Why they gravitate towards the lifestyle of a professional snowboarder. Why they travel to unique places chasing the snow. And why they want to become the best in their discipline.
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Océane Fillion

Snowboarding Favourite person to ride with? I could write a lot of names here… Sincerely though, anyone who enjoys snowboarding as much as I do and who wants to have a good time!     Where’s your favourite place to shred? Whistler. From park laps to fresh tracks, it has it all!   What has snowboarding taught you? To never give up. Even when we fall 30 times learning a new trick, we have...

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Max Parrot

How did you get into snowboarding? I started skiing in Bromont, where I still live, when I was 2 years old and at the age of 8, my best friend got a snowboard for Christmas. I completed the season on my skis and when summer came, I mowed my neighbour’s lawns to earn enough money to buy my snowboard.   Is there a rider you look up to? The...

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Brooke Voigt

Everyone has that one thing in life that they want more than anything. It’s what drives them and motivates them every single day. What’s your thing? I don’t really want something out of it, I really just feel like I have so much I haven't done and accomplished yet. I know I’m capable of more and that’s what drives me.   Photo: Tyler Ashbee   What has been your biggest obstacle...

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Jenna Blasman

Why do snowboard? I snowboard because it lets me find joy in challenging myself every day. I also couldn’t live without constantly being surrounded by mountains- it’s very humbling.     Photos: Tyler Ashbee   What's the best part of 'living the life' of a pro snowboarder? Travelling the world is the best thing ever! I am so grateful to get to push myself everyday and reach new limits while soaking in...

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