Meryeta O’Dine earned her first career World Cup podium in February 2017 when she finished third in the snowboard cross race in Feldberg, Germany.
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Zoe Bergermann made her World Cup debut in February 2013 on home snow in Blue Mountain, Ontario. In both 2012-13 and 2013-14 she finished second in the overall SBX standings on the Nor-Am Cup circuit, reaching the podium in six of seven races in the latter season, including four wins.
Jane Channell was instantly addicted to skeleton the first time she took a run down an ice track, loving the adrenaline that came with riding the fine line between being in control and out of control. Channell joined the World Cup circuit in the second half of the 2014-15 season but had her breakout moment at the 2015 World Championships where she finished fourth.
Less than two months after Christine de Bruin switched from a World Cup brakeman to a development pilot she finished fourth in her first North American Cup race in March 2013. In 2015, de Bruin won three North American Cup races in a row, and proceeded to make her World Cup debut as a pilot a year later.
Alex Bellemare had his first international breakthrough when he finished second in a World Cup ski slopestyle event at Mammoth Mountain, California in March 2012. After finishing fourth at the 2013 Winter X Games in Aspen, Bellemare stepped onto the podium in 2015, winning the bronze medal.
As part of an outstanding 2014-15 season, Teal Harle won gold in slopestyle and big air at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George. Internationally, the highlight was a silver medal at the Dumont Cup, a platinum event on the Association of Freeskiing Professionals World Tour, where he shared the podium with experienced X Games medallists.