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Aimee Fuller


Aimee Fuller was born in England, a country not typically known for its snow-topped mountains and snowboard culture. It wasn’t until Aimee moved to the US at the age of 12 that she tried snowboarding for the first time. From then on, she began riding every weekend, and was officially hooked after her first snowboard contest.

During summer camp at Mt. Hood, Oregon, Aimee was spotted by our very own Erin Comstock. Aimee joined the UK Roxy Team and then the European Future Team where she has been killing it ever since. With wild style and technical skills, she's a joy to watch in the park.

Aimee competed for Great Britain at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia in the women’s slopestyle event.

Off-snow, Aimee loves surfing, skating, running, and cycling. She is even a qualified fitness instructor!

Q&A with Aimee:
 
What tricks are on your 'to learn' list? It's a long list, I'm on a mission to get some new tricks in the bag, so you'll have to wait and see...

What / Who inspires you? Friends, other athletes, cyclists, sprinters, watching other sports and seeing how hard they train.

What is the best thing about snowboarding? The best thing has to be the buzz, landing a new trick, It just amps me up and makes me go back time and time again for more!

What's your favorite trick? Backflips!

What drives you to win in your sport? Learning new things, and the people, being surrounded by such a supportive and fun team.

What is the best piece of advice you have been given? Lesley Mckenna once told me "Try something new everyday no matter how big or small it is". That keeps the stoke going for me!

What are your plans for the future? Snowboard as much as I can and keep traveling the world doing what I love