Nicknamed “Garcon” or “The Kid”, 19-year-old Maxence Parrot started snowboarding at nine years old because all his friends were into it. Coached by Max Henault, Parrot finished in third place at the 2010 Ride Shakedown, a competition he has always dreamed of winning. In 2013 he made his mark on the snowboard Slopestyle world and announced himself as a medal contender for the event’s Olympic debut at Sochi 2014. He also made a little history, performing the first-ever backside triple cork in Slopestyle history. He has competed in only a few FIS World Cup Slopestyle events, but reached the podium in three of them.
In the summertime, Parrot enjoys wakeboarding, training on the trampoline, and works on a golf course in Bromont, Québec. Maxence’s father is a former Canadian champion of waterskiing and alpine skiing.
5th in SS at Olympic Winter Games, Sochi, RUS on 08.02.2014
1st in BA at Ride Shakedown, St Sauveur, QC, CAN on 04.04.2014
1st in SS at FIS World Cup, Stoneham, QC, CAN on 19.01.14
1st in BA at X-Games Aspen, CO, USA in 2014
1st in SS at X-Games Aspen, CO, USA in 2014
1st in BA at The Shred Show, Whistler, BC, CAN on 17.04.2013