Canadian freeskier Kim Lamarre started skiing when she was 2 years old. “Skiing brought a feeling of freedom to her life,” says Lamarre. “Every day, out on snow, was a fun and unpredictable adventure.”
In 2004, Lamarre was introduced to fellow countryman and legendary freestyle skier, Jp Auclair—who Lamarre credits as piquing her interest urban riding and ultimately slopestyle as a discipline.
Dedication and persistence has transformed that interest into an illustrious career. Some of her accomplishments include a second place finish at Dew Tour in 2013, and a bronze medal at XGames in 2014.
Lamarre’s most notable achievement includes her Olympic performance at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, where earned bronze for Team Canada.