Mark McMorris

Pro Since 2010
24 Edad CAN

BIOGRAPHY

Mark McMorris is the present, but he's also the future. In the time since he became the first rider to land a backside triple cork 1440 in March 2011, he’s established himself as one of the premiere names in competitive snowboarding. He had the double-gold performance at 2012 Winter X Games, and followed it up with a second consecutive Gold in Slopestyle in 2013, and settled for Silver in Big Air behind friend and Shredbots collaborator, Torstein Horgmo – when both athletes landed never-before-seen-in-competition triple-variation tricks. He added an Olympic bronze medal in Russia, and then got back to filming and shredding as often as possible – and not just in the park. The guy is also a backcountry slayer-in-training, receiving tutelage from none other than the likes of Nicolas Müller and Terje Håkonsen.

The guy is a superstar. Despite the legions of young ladies screaming his name at contests, the reality TV shows and an ever-growing social media presence, he continues to play a crucial role in the evolution of the sport and remain as grounded as ever.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

  • 15x Winter X Games Medalist
  • 2x Burton US Open Slopestyle Winner
  • 2x Air & Style Big Air Winner
  • 3x Dew Tour Cup Winner
  • 2016 – 1st, Laax Open Slopestyle
  • 2014 – Bronze Medal, Winter Olympics Slopestyle – Sochi, Russia
  • 2013 – World Snowboard Tour Overall Slopestyle Champion
  • 2013 – "Jumper of the Year," Snowboarder Magazine
  • 2011 – Landed the first-ever backside triple cork 1440

SPONSORS

Burton, Red Bull, Oakley, DVS, AWSM, Mophie, Skullcandy, BMW, SportChek

HOBBIES

Skateboarding, Surfing, Shredbots

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