Brooke Voigt was just 16 years old when she took her first World Cup Slope-Style event and won a silver medal in January 2010. She reached the podium in her next two World Cup events; 2011 in Calgary and 2012 in Stoneham, Quebec. It was also in 2012 that Voigt finished in the top-10 at the FIS World Junior Championships in Slope-Style. She made her FIS World Championship debut a year later. Voigt’s Big Air breakthrough came at a World Cup event held at Boston’s Fenway Park in February 2016 when she won bronze. Voigt made her Olympic debut at PyeongChang 2018.
Among becoming an Olympian in 2018, Voigt has been on top of her game. During the 2019/2020 season, Brooke found herself on 4 podiums and also gained herself her first X Games Podium placing 3rd in Norway in March of 2020. Voigt is an influence in women’s snowboarding leading the charge and showcasing the next generation how to dominate as a female action sport athlete.
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Brooke teamed up with Teck Resources Limited to tell her story and journey on what it takes for an Olympic athlete and their dedication to get ready for their first games.
Despite being left off of the national team last season, Brooke Voigt chose to not let anything stop her from competing for Team Canada at #PyeongChang2018
TOP 50 UNDER 50
Brooke Voigt was voted Top 50 Under 50 in 2020 for her accomplishes within her snowboarding career. She talks about her Bronze at X Games being her biggest one to date.