- A surprise 2006 Olympian who finished 20th at just 18 years of age … Veteran of the past three WC, set a new Canadian record with a 4th-place finish in 2009 … A breakthrough 2008-2009 season included five top-10 finishes, best result 6th, and a final mark of 8th overall on the season.
World Championship (WC) Results
- 2009 (Lake Placid, USA): 4th 2007 (Igls, AUT): 24th 2005 (Park City, USA): 30th
- 2009-10: Matched career high in finishing 6th at World Cup in Calgary … Following week set new record with 4th-place finish (11/28/09) … Later finished 6th in Winterberg, GER. 2008-09: Posted Canada's best-ever result at a WC with 4th-place finish (02/06/09) … Ranked 8th overall on the World Cup circuit, with five top-10 finishes in nine races … Best result was 6th in Calgary (02/13/09) … Finished 7th on Olympic track in Whistler World Cup (02/20/09) … Canadian champion. 2007-08: Broken ankle, did not compete. 2006-07: Finished 25th overall on the World Cup circuit, with a top result of 13th in Salt Lake City, USA … Finished 24th at WC yet sixth at Junior WC in Cesena, ITA. 2005-06: First-time Olympian, finished 20th in Turin, ITA (02/12/06) … At 18, she was one of youngest members of Canadian Olympic Team … Competed at five World Cups, her top result 11th in Calgary (12/10/05) … Finished 30th at WC. 2004-05: Made first World Cup appearance, late in the season, finished 30th in Park City, USA (02/20/05).
- Made Olympic debut at age 18 … Graduated from Calgary's National Sport School … Discovered luge while following her friends to a recruitment camp at Canada Olympic Park … Outside of luge, she enjoys skiing, rock climbing, hiking, swimming, scuba diving and water sports … Spent March 2009 (her month off) volunteering at an orphanage in Zimbabwe.
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