I am a passionate professional skier, who wears red lipstick at competitions. I am skiing competitively on the half-pipe World Cup circuit, pursuing my competitive ski dreams through the next Olympics.
In 2012, when I was 15, I was the sole female representative from the United States for half-pipe skiing at the Youth Olympic Games, in Austria. Since then I have placed top-ten at numerous national and international competitions.
In 2015, my older sister and role model in skiing, Jamie Crane-Mauzy, crashed and went into a coma at World Tour Finals in Whistler, Canada. I decided to get back into skiing and fell in love with the sport all over again.
I have been a nanny about 20 hours a week, around my ski schedule. I also worked at internships for Pando Labs in Park City (Summer 2015), AVI Business Management in Park City (Fall 2015 - 2016), and Hyperformance Media in Newport Beach, CA (2018). From these experiences I have learned about the professional business world.
Last season I hurt my right knee training in Saas Fee switzerland October 5th. I got stem cell shots to help my healing october 31st. Working really hard with my physical therapist I was able to compete at Copper Grand Prix, Dew Tour, Snowmass Grand Prix, and Mammoth Grand Prix. Each competition getting stronger and regaining my confidence. In Calgary, Alberta the day of the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies I hurt my left knee. Last season was more of a washout than anything else for me. I have worked hard this summer and am stronger than I ever have been. I recently went to New Zealand and got my feet back under me. I am determined to continue to work my way up the professional world and compete through the next Olympic cycle.