2019 Overall Slopestyle World Cup winner (Crystal Globe)
Megan started skiing at the age of five. Her family would take Megan and her siblings out west nearly every year. She always loved the mountains and having two overly rambunctious brothers really forced her into the wild side of skiing. They were always convincing Megan to follow them through the trees, hit little side bumps, and ski backwards. Although Megan always loved ski trips with her family, she never really got into the sport until she was 15.
As a child, Megan was very focused on gymnastics and figure skating. She loved the adrenaline of flipping and spinning so when her brother finally convinced her to give freestyle skiing a shot, she instantly fell in love with it. Megan stopped gymnastics and skating the following year and started skiing with a local team that winter.
Having a gymnastics background really helped Megan progress quickly. She learned a handful of new tricks during the first season and grew a deeper love for the sport. Fast forward a few years, Megan made the Canadian team and won the Crystal globe during her first season on the World Cup circuit.
When Megan is off the mountains, she enjoys spending time on the water back home where she enjoys boating, wakeboarding, and spends time with friends as much as possible.