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Britt Cox

Mogul Skier
HOMETOWN
Falls Creek, Vic
RESIDES
Mt Beauty, Vic

Britt grew up in the Victorian ski resort of Falls Creek. At just 18 months old she clipped into her first pair of skis. Britt comes from a family of skiers, and when she was young she would spend most of her time chasing her older brother and his friends around the mountain, hitting any bumps or jumps that stood in her way. At age 6 she joined the Falls Creek race team and has never looked back from there.

At the age of 13 Britt made the Aussie development team. By making the cut for the Vancouver Games in 2010 at just 15 years of age, she became the second youngest athlete ever to represent Australia at the Winter Olympic Games. Britt became the first ever Australian female to medal in a Mogul World Cup when she took the Bronze medal at Deer Valley in 2012. She backed this up with another Bronze medal at Lake Placid in 2013.

At just 19 Britt competed in her second Winter Olympic Games at Sochi 2014. She put in a very strong performance in Russia and came agonisingly close to a podium spot with a 5th place finish in the finals.

Britt has become Australia's first women's Mogul World Champion in early 2017 having had an incredible season with seven World Cup victories and overall FIS Crystal Globe winner, after seven victories in eleven events.

Most recently in April this year, Britt was jointly awarded Ski & Snowboard Athlete of they Year, along with snowboarder Scotty James.

We cannot wait to see what she will accomplish in February 2017 at the PyeogChang Olympic Winter Games.

See more of Britt at brittcox.com


Career Highlights

2010 Winter Olympic games, Vancouver, Canada – Youngest athlete at the games
2012 World Cup Deer Valley – 3rd
2013 World Cup Lake Placid – 3rd
2014 Winter Olympic Games, Sochi, Russia – 5th 
2015 World Cup Austria – 3rd
2016-2017 World Cup - Overall FIS Crystal Globe winner
2017 World Cup Sierra Nevada, Spain - 1st