Jamie and Jeanee Crane-Mauzy
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We are sisters and best friends who are generally hilarious and super fun to be around.
We both competed in Halfpipe and Jamie also competed in Slopestyle. Now Jamie is off the competition circuit, but Jeanee still competes in Halfpipe.
We love to travel and adventure! Ever since we were kids, we loved to get outside and explore. Lucky for us we still get to do that!
Check out our blog so you can join us on our adventures- they're sure to be off the wall-
Not only will you be completely entertained, you'll get tips about how to travel, what to do at cool places around the world, how to dress, some work outs for fitness and much more.
Meet The Girls
Jeanee is the little sister who started as the tag along, but quickly made her mark as her own individual.
2012 Jeanee became the first and only woman to attend the Inaugural Youth Olympic Games for Halfpipe Skiing in Innsbruck Austria.
2014 Jeanee came in 3rd at Junior World Championships in Italy along with coming in top three at many North American competitions.
2016 Jeanee won the North American Overall title in womens Halfpipe Skiing
Jeanee is still on the uprise of her career with many more years of skiing and competing.
Jamie is the leader of the pack. Always including everyone in her adventerues, especially her best friend-little sister, Jeanee.
2010 Jamie became the first woman to win Junior World Championships in Slopestyle Skiing in New Zealand.
2013 in Whistler Canada Jamie, using her gymnastic background, did a flip off one of the rail features at The North Face Open Slopestyle Competition, securing her spot to Aspen Winter X-Games.
2013 Jamie became the first skier girl to do a double flip at Winter X-Games Aspen with a double backflip.
Jamie has competed in Winter X-Games, Winter Dew Tour, Grand Prix, World Cups, World Championships, and Junior World Championships.
April 15 2015 disaster stuck as Jamie as competing at World Tour Finals in Whistler Canada. Attempting an off axis double backflip she crashed causing her to go in to a coma.
Here are some videos to get an idea of what we do!
We like to share with eveyone what we do. So blogging has become a big part of our weekly activity.
April 11th, 2015, Jamie crashed at World Tour finals in Whistler, Canada. She was immediately knocked out suffering a brain injury.
A little confused on what we do? Maybe this can help.
Half-pipe skiing is the sport of riding snow skis on a half-pipe. Competitors perform a series of tricks while going down the pipe. Points are scored for dificulty, originality, amplitude, and quality of tricks.
Slopestyle skiing is a winter sport in which athletes ski down a course including a variety of obstacles including rails, jumps and other terrain park features. Points are scored for dificulty, originality and quality of tricks.
Both disciplines have their roots in action sports like skateboarding and BMX and have very successfully crossed over into the snow sports worlds of skiing and snowboard.
Twin-tip skis are used for both slopestyle and halfpipe and are particularly useful if the skier takes off or lands backwards. Tricks fall mainly into four categories: spins, grinds, grabs and flips but expand in to much more varity.