What started out as a weekend activity with her family has turned into Zoe's passion. Her first ventured into the world of snowboardcross when she was ten years old and won the first race that she entered – it’s been full steam ahead ever since!
From training camps in Argentina and Austria, to her first World Cup in Collingwood, Ontario, and her 2nd overall finish in the NorAm circuit in 2014, Zoe is evolving into a fierce Snowboardcross racer with sights set on representing Canada on the world stage.
Now with several World Cup top tens under her belt, Zoe has her sights set on her first World Cup podium which she achieved with a silver at the 2018 Snowboardcross World Cup in Feldberg Germany. Having represented Canada at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games she is looking to do so again, this time in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Silver World Cup Medallist, 4x World Cup SBX Team Medallist, 2x Olympian to date (Feb 2022)
- 15th Olympic Winter Games - Snowboard Cross - Beijing 2022
- 23rd Olympic Winter Games - Snowboard Cross - Pyeongchang 2018
- 3rd Snowboardcross Team Event World Cup Veysonnaz, SUI 2018
- 2nd Snowboardcross World Cup Feldberg, GER 2018
- 2nd Snowboardcross Team event World Cup Moscow, RUS 2018
- 3rd Snowboardcross Team event World Cup Erzurum, TUR 2018
- 2nd Snowboardcross Team event World Cup Montafon, AUT 2017
In the third installment of Mazda's Hang Time, Canadian snowboarder and rookie Craig McMorris joins World Cup Snowboard Cross Division champion, Christopher Robanske, at the Canadian National Championships. Who comes in first?