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2011/12 Season: Women’s Slopestyle Ski:
1st Place Arapahoe Basin Local’s Day Rail Jam
1st Place USSA Revolution Tour, Copper Mountain 3rd Place Winter Dew Tour, Killington
4th Place Winter Dew Tour, Snowbasin
3rd Place Overall Winter Dew Tour
1st Place Aspen Open
3rd Place U.S. Grand Prix, Mammoth Lakes
5th Place European X Games, Tignes, France
6th Place Nine Queens Big Air Contest, Fiss, Austria 2nd Overall Nine Queens, Fiss, Austria
2nd Place WSI Slopestyle, Whistler, Canada
Named to the US Freeskiing Team
4th Place AFP Slopestyle World Ranking
Winning USASA Nationals two years in a row 2010 and 2011,
Winning Winter Park Open 2011,
Date of birth
Field Hockey, camping, hiking
Go big or go home
Sixteen year old Emilia Wint has only been on the freeskiing scene for three years. Born and raised in Denver, CO, skiing has been a part of her life from an early age.
Almost every winter weekend, starting at age three, has been spent on the slopes of her home mountain, Breckenridge, CO. She spent a year racing, and two snowboarding, but was ultimately drawn to park skiing. She joined Hawks Freeride Team, led by Chris Hawks, in the 2008/'09 season. She began competing in small USASA events in the '08/'09 season. At the end of the season she entered her first open competition, Spring Massive Slopestyle at Breckenridge. She ended up winning which propelled her into the next season with confidence. After becoming regional champion in both USASA and USSA events, she claimed the women’s USASA National Champion title for slopestyle in 2010.
The 2011 season started off with a bang when she was selected for the Breckenridge Freeride Team. She proceeded to excel, winning multiple local contests, and beginning to make a name for herself at the bigger competitions. She placed 11th and 8th at the Breckenridge and Snowbasin Dew Tour stops, respectively. The highlight of her season came with an invitation to the Nine Queens event in Austria. After submitting a video, she got a last minute call from Nico Zacek and boarded a flight to Austria two days later. After an incredible week of skiing, she returned home and didn't waste time in claiming USSA regional and USASA national titles for the second year in a row. In the off season, Emilia plays the goalie position for Denver East’s Field Hockey team. In the ‘09 season, her team made it to the state championship game, and was crowned second in the state. This was the first time in ten years a women’s sport made it to state at East High. Hopefully you'll see this up and comer on the podium in 2012!
What is your favorite ski in 2012/2013 Collection?
What conditions do you use this ski for?
It’s the ski I use everyday in the park.
What other skis to you use?
What conditions do you use this ski?
I use this for pow days and shredding the T-Bar at Breckenridge.
What about bindings? What bindings do you use? And where do you mount them?
I use the Marker Jester, and I mount them dead center so riding switch is the same as riding forwards.
What DIN do you have your bindings on?
Favorite skier: I don’t really have just one, but anyone who is stoked on skiing and progressing.
Ski hero growing up: I really liked Picabo Street when I was little.
Home mountain: Breckenridge, CO
Height: 5’ 4”
Ideal day in the mountains: Warm and sunny with no wind. I love being able to ski without a jacket.
How would you describe your style: Aggressive and smooth
Your biggest breakthrough in your skiing career: Getting into Nine Queens.
Favorite place to ride: Breckenridge, no question.
Best snow trip: Austria, for Nine Queens
What age did you start to ski: Three
What cant you live without: Hot sauce
Favorite phone App: StumbleUpon
Goals and plans: Podium at Dew Tour and get an X-Games invite