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Jamie Crane-Mauzy, commonly known as Mocrazy, is a 25 year-old, retired professional slopestyle and halfpipe skier. She dazzles everyone both on and off the slope with her total effervescent personality.
When her mom put her on the snow at the age of one, Jamie started skiing and has grown up loving the winter and skiing.
Jamie holds some pretty esteemed titles, such as being the first girl to double flip in winter X-Games (2013) and the first girl to flip off a rail. She was ranked 2nd overall in the world, 5th for slopestyle and 10th for halfpipe at the time of her crash. But far beyond that, Jamie is the type of person everyone likes. She is little, bubbly, blonde, and quite possibly the happiest and most positive person anyone will ever meet. In April 2015, Jamie crashed and suffered a traumatic brain injury. For most people, this is truly devastating. But not for Jamie, as she kept her true personality through the whole thing while smiling and laughing. Jamie exceeded everyone's expectations on her recovery. She made a full recovery and returned to skiing. She now has a totally unique, one-of-a-kind and inspiring story to bring along with her as a motivational speaker.
You can find Jamie outside almost all the time. She loves skiing, of course, as well as hiking, swimming, surfing, yoga. Just about the only two things she likes that are mostly inside are acting and reading. During the summer of 2014, Jamie attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Hollywood, California. Jamie loves the camera and always has a smile on her face. Jamie read the last book in the Harry Potter series in just 6 hours, and has always had an amazing memory of everything she has ever read. Jamie has also attended Plymouth State University, University of Utah, Skema International Business school, and will graduate from Westminster College in May 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in communication with a focus on business .
“I love to ski, yes, but more than that I want to help little girls all around the world achieve their dreams and be brave. I want to be known as a good public figure and role model, along with an advocate for the world and the people I love.” -Jamie
Known as Tiny Mocrazy, is a perfect compliment to Jamie. As much as Jamie is the outgoing girl, Jeanee is the gentle star that guides their energy.
At the young age of one, like Jamie, their mom put Jeanee on skis. "Skiing has always been natural to me, I don't remember learning it. Just like I don't remember learning to walk or talk."
Throughout Jeanee's childhood, she spent most of her time skiing, dancing, hiking, playing with dolls, and hanging out at the beach. At the age of eight, Jeanee followed her older sisters and started competitive ski racing. "I loved to ski but not so much to race. I would mostly try to go freeskiing with my friends and play in the woods." Once Jamie started competing in freestyle, she kept bugging Jeanee to try a competition. Jeanee was too scared to compete, so Jamie and their mom took a different approach. "They just signed me up for a mogul competition and told me I had to do it because they had already paid and did not want to waste the money." After the first competition Jeanee was hooked, competing in moguls, big air, and slopestyle at the local East Coast junior level. She worked her way up and started to find her way over to the halfpipe.
When Jeanee was 15, their family moved from Waterville Valley, NH to Park City, UT for the girls to ski and for the large year-round community. During the 2012 Winter season, Jeanee was the sole girl to represent USA at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria for halfpipe. "That experience really changed my idea of skiing. I got to meet so many amazing people from all over the world and I just wanted it to continue forever." That event was really the motivation for Jeanee to become a professional halfpipe skier. "I think I am the only professional athlete I have ever met that never thought about being a professional athlete until I started competing with them." Jeanee has been competing on the Association of Freeskiing Professionals World Tour since 2013 alongside her sister.
“It's so fun because Jamie and I are best friends, sisters, and competitors, so we get to travel all around the world together and experience some pretty amazing places.”
Jeanee has some pretty high titles and strives to accomplish more both on and off the slopes. “I want to be influential to all girls in any sport; someone they want to look up to and try to be like. My talent is skiing but my values go far beyond the snow.”