Annalisa Drew is one of those rare crossover breeds, excelling in both slopestyle and halfpipe. In 2014 she was a member of the inaugural U.S. Olympic Team for halfpipe skiing. (Getty Images/Cameron Spencer)
The U.S. scored three podium finishes at the final FIS World Cup halfpipe event of the season in Tignes, France.
American athletes grabbed 10 of the 16 overall spots into the final FIS Freeski World Cup halfpipe event of the season in Tignes, France.
Olympic champion Maddie Bowman (South Lake Tahoe, CA) topped the field Friday night for her fourth-straight X Games gold in SuperPipe.
American skier Brita Sigourney hit the podium at the first major freeskiing contest of the season, the Dew Tour Breckenridge.
U.S. Freeskiing member Annalisa Drew led the field in superpipe qualifying at Dew Tour Breckenridge.
Bobby Brown, Annalisa Drew and Torin Yater-Wallace all claimed World Championships titles at Whistler’s Association of Freeskiing Professionals (AFP) World Championships.
The 2014-15 U.S. Revolution Tour continues at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania Jan. 26-30.
The U.S. Revolution Tour kicked off at Copper Mountain with Kyle Smaine and Olympian Annalisa Drew winning the halfpipe competition, and Tim Ryan and Norwegian rider Johanne Killi taking home honors in slopestyle.
Olympic Champion Maddie Bowman came back to the contest season swinging, earning her second consecutive Dew Tour win.
David Wise, Torin Yater-Wallace and Devin Logan each found the podium at the first U.S. Grand Prix of the season.
Maddie Bowman became the first-ever women’s Olympic halfpipe skiing champion Thursday, taking gold in the sport’s debut at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
Additional athletes were nominated today to the first-ever U.S. Freeskiing Olympic team.
Maddie Bowman clinched a nomination to the first-ever U.S. Freeskiing Olympic team Sunday with a win at the halfpipe final at the Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix presented by The North Face at Breckenridge.
Maddie Bowman, Angeli VanLaanen and Brita Sigourney set a high point standard with their U.S. sweep of the women’s halfpipe skiing final at the Dew Tour iON Mountain Championships, the first-ever Olympic qualification series for halfpipe skiing.
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Annalisa Drew was a member of the inagural Olympic halfpipe skiing team in 2014, finishing 9th at the Sochi Games. The East-Coast-turned-Colorado girl has been consistently climbing the ranks of freeskiing competition since 2010, with a multitude of major wins under her belt. She was the first woman to land a 1260 in the halfpipe, doing so at Buttermilk Mountain in 2013.
Drew first made a name for herself with nine podiums during the 2011-2012 season, including podiums at the Aspen/Snowmass Open and USSA’s U.S. Revolution Tour. In 2013 Drew got invites to X Games Aspen and Tignes, where she debuted her 1260 in the halfpipe. Even though she didn’t land one, she made history becoming the first woman to attempt one in competition, which demonstrates her passion for progression. She also took the win at the North Face Park & Pipe Open Series in Whistler.
The 2013-2014 season was one to remember for Drew. Having placed consistently well in the Olympic qualifying series, the coaches awarded her the coveted discretionary spot to be on the inaugural U.S. Olympic halfpipe team. Under the bright Sochi lights of the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, Drew put down a solid first run in the finals, which included one of the only 1080’s of the night. Unfortunately, she fell during her second run while attempting a 1260 and finished ninth. Smiling from ear to ear at the bottom of the course, Drew was thrilled to be part of her sport’s history.
A successful 2015 season was capped with wins at the Aspen/Snowmass Freeskiing Open and the AFP World Tour Finals. In 2016 Drew earned her first X Games medal, a bronze at Aspen. She did so with a run that included a 1080 and back-to-back 900s. She then went on to finish second at the season-ending SFR Freestyle Tour in La Clusaz, France.
OFF THE SNOW
9th, HP, Sochi, RUS, 2014
Bronze, HP, Aspen, CO, 2016
6th, HP, Aspen, CO, 2013
8th, HP, Tignes, FRA, 2013
3rd, HP, 2015
7th, Overall, 2014
4th, Overall, 2013
6th, HP, 2013
5th, Overall, 2012
20 World Cup starts, one win since 2011
9th, HP, Voss, NOR, 2013
4th, HP, Park City, UT, 2016
4th, HP, Park City #2, UT, 2014
4th, HP, Park City #1, UT, 2014
5th, HP, Breckenridge, CO, 2014
6th, HP, Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix, Park City, UT, 2013
7th, HP, Visa U.S. Freeskiing Grand Prix, Copper Mountain, CO, 2013
2nd, HP, SFR Freestyle Tour, FRA, 2016
1st, HP, U.S. Revolution Tour, Copper Mountain, CO, 2014
4th, HP, SFR Tour, La Clusaz, FRA, 2014
8th, HP, Dew Tour, Breckenridge, CO, Dec. 2013
1st, HP, The North Face Park and Pipe Open, Copper Mountain, CO, 2013
1st, HP, The North Face Park & Pipe Open Series, Whistler, BC, 2013
1st, HP, Aspen/Snowmass Freeskiing Open, Aspen, CO, 2013
1st, HP, Aspen/Snowmass Open, Aspen, CO 2012
1st, HP, USSA Revolution Tour, Mt Snow, 2012
1st, SS, USSA Revolution Tour, Mt Snow, 2012
1st, HP, USASA Nationals, Copper Mountain, CO, 2012
1st, SS, USSA Revolution Tour, Northstar, CA, 2012
2nd, HP, USSA Revolution Tour, Northstar, CA, 2012
2nd, SS, North Face Park & Pipe Open, Waterville Valley, NH, 2012
3rd, HP, USSA Revolution Tour, Copper Mountain, CO, 2012
3rd, SS, USASA Nationals, Copper Mountain, CO 2012
4th, SS, USSA Revolution Tour, Copper Mountain, CO, 2012
4th, HP, Dew Tour, Killington, VT 2012
4th, HP, AFP World Championships, Whistler, CAN, 2012