Mark McMorris

Canada

Snowboard, Snowboard
Regina, CAN
12/09/93

Medal Count

3Gold

3Silver

0Bronze

Comp History

X Games Aspen 2015 SBD Slopestyle1st
X Games Aspen 2015 SBD Big Air1st
X Games Aspen 2014 SBD Slopestyle2nd
Winter X Games Tignes 2013 SBD Slopestyle2nd
Winter X Games Aspen 2013 SBD Big Air2nd
Winter X Games Aspen 2013 SBD Slopestyle1st
Winter X Games Aspen 2012 SBD Big Air1st
Winter X Games Aspen 2012 SBD Slopestyle1st
Winter X 2011 SBD Big Air4th
Winter X 2011 SBD Slopestyle2nd

Other Competitions

Dec, 2014 Dew Tour BreckenridgeSBD Slopestyle5th
Sep, 2014 Burton High FivesSBD Slopestyle9th
Mar, 2014 Burton US OpenSBD Slopestyle1st
Feb, 2014 Winter OlympicsSBD Slopestyle3rd
Dec, 2013 Dew TourSBD Slopestyle1st
Mar, 2013 Burton U.S. OpenSBD Slopestyle1st
Feb, 2013 Air & Style InnsbruckSBD Big Air4th
Feb, 2013 Burton European OpenSBD Slopestyle2nd
Feb, 2013 Red Bull Ultra NaturalSBD Big Mountain6th
Jan, 2013 FIS World Snowboard ChampionshipsSBD Big Air6th
Jan, 2013 FIS World Snowboard ChampionshipsSBD Slopestyle2nd
Jan, 2013 Grand Prix/FIS World CupSBD Slopestyle15th
2013 World Snowboard TourSBD Big Air3rd
2013 World Snowboard TourSBD Slopestyle1st

Athlete Bio

With immense talent and a healthy dose of charisma, Canadian Mark McMorris has been one of snowboarding's leading men since taking gold in X Games Slopestyle and Big Air in 2012. At X Games Aspen 2014, he slammed his torso into a rail and broke a rib during his final Slopestyle run. He still earned silver. He recovered just enough -- and just in time -- for the Winter Olympics, where he landed what he called a "dream run" but settled for bronze. But life is good. At 21, McMorris has seven X Games medals, snowboards for money, dates pro surfer Coco Ho and recently bought a SoCal home that overlooks the Pacific Ocean.

You Don't Say?

  • McMorris owns seven X Games medals: three gold and four silver. He has X Games Aspen 2012 double gold in Slopestyle and Big Air and was the first snowboarder to earn two gold at the same X Games since Shaun White in 2009. He also landed the first triple cork in competition history.