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Name: Meryeta O'Dine
AKA: Eta
Hometown: Prince George, BC
Residence: North Vancouver, BC
Stance: Regular
Sponsors: Trev Deeley Harley Davidson, Shred Optics / Protection, CanFund
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Rider Bio

The threat of having to wear a spandex suit, and a nudge from her big brother, convinced a 7 year old Meryeta O’Dine to switch from alpine skiing  to snowboarding. A NorAM title holder, a Canada Winter Games champion and even a World Cup bronze medalist at the age of 20, it’s a decision that has been paying off ever since.

Having captured gold at the Canada Winter Games at her home mountain of Mount Tabor in 2015 (Did we mention they named a run after her?), the Prince George native was officially added to the senior national team in 2016-2017. Racing in one of her first World Cup starts, O’Dine stunned the field and captured bronze at the 2017 Feldberg World Cup, becoming the only individual female snowboardcross medalist this past season.

Fuelled on her father’s self described « slop » (a mixture of moose meat, macaroni noodles and tomato sauce) the 24 year old is now primed for a career year with a goal of representing Canada at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. 


2022 Olympic Bronze Medallist, World Cup Bronze Medallist, 2x World Cup SBX Team Medallist (Feb 2022)
- 3rd Olympic Winter Games - SBX - Beijing 2022
- 3rd Olympic Winter Games - SBX Team - Beijing 2022
- 4th Snowboardcross World Cup, Montafon, AUT 2021
- 14th Snowboardcross World Championships Idre Fjall, SWE 2021
- 5th Snowboardcross Team Event World Cup Montafon, AUT 2021
- 7th Snowboardcross World Cup Cervina, Italy - 18/19
- 7th Snowboardcross World Cup Feldberg, Germany - 18/19
- 3rd Snowboardcross Team Event World Cup Erzurum, TUR 2018
- Represented Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang
- 3rd Snowboardcross World Cup Feldberg, GER 2017
- 2nd Snowboardcross Team Event World Cup Montafon, AUT 2017


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