Sarah Conrad is a two-time Olympian who represented Canada in the halfpipe event at Turin 2006 and Vancouver 2010. She posted an 18th place finish in Vancouver after having been 15th in Turin.
GETTING TO KNOW…
Mother, Ginny, played field hockey at Canada Games and coached at Special Olympics … Was 2006 Nova Scotia Athlete of the Year … Enjoys all board sports including skateboard and wakeboard.
|2006 Turin||Snowboard||Halfpipe - Women||15|
|2010 Vancouver||Snowboard||Halfpipe - Women||18|
Notable International Results
World Championship Results
2009 (Ganwon, KOR): 12th – halfpipe 2007 (Arosa, SUI): 14th - halfpipe
2009-10: Top Nor-Am Cup result was 9th. 2008-09: Won first Canadian title in Mt. Tremblant, Que. (4/2/2009) ... Took bronze at World Cup in Valmalenco, ITA ... Earned two bronze Nor-Am Cup medals on back-to-back days in Stoneham, Que. ... Finished 12th at WC. 2007-08: Earned first World Cup medal, silver, in Stoneham, Que. on her birthday (3/9/2008) ... Won bronze at National Championships in Cypress, B.C. 2006-07: Two-time silver medallist at Nor-Am Cup in Calgary and National Championships ... Competed at first WC, finishing 14th. 2005-06: Competed at first Olympic Winter Games, finishing 15th ... Took bronze at National Championships in Avila, Que. ... Best result on World Cup circuit was 12th in Whistler, B.C. 2003-04: Recorded two 4th-place finishes on World Cup circuit. 2001-03: Won three Nor-Am Cup competitions.