Maggie Voisin grew up in a small town in Montana and got her competitive skiing career started as a racer. After constant pressure from her twin brother, she opted to try freeskiing. Voisin owes her brother a ‘thank you’ – she found her calling.
Before she was even of age to get her driver's license, Voisin had proven to be a slopestyle phenom. Her 2013 rookie season was massive and included a win at the AFP World Championships in Whistler, B.C., Canada after throwing a huge switch left 900. She was named ESPN's Rookie of the Year. One of the youngest skiers on the U.S. Freeskiing Team, she lives and trains in Park City, Utah.
Stoked for the chance to contribute to the progression of the sport, Voisin is secretly working to perfect tricks never-before-thrown by a female in competition.