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Our ambassadors are not just athletes, they are our designers, our refiners, our product testers. They are the ones who ensure that XTM produces some of the world’s finest snow and outdoor gear. We work very closely with them to ensure our products perform in the harshest of conditions. You will find that all our ambassadors share our passion to constantly improve, to always be the best that we can be.
  1. Alex Chumpy Pullin

    Alex Chumpy Pullin

    Chumpy grew up in a town called Mansfield at the foot of Mt. Buller. It was here that his parents ran a ski/snowboard shop. He has been on the snow all his life and got his first chance to clip into a snowboard at age 8 and from there he never looked back.

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  2. Belle Brockhoff

    Belle Brockhoff

    A love of snow sports is something that runs deep within the Brockhoff blood line. Belle’s family has a long association with the snow, her uncle Peter Brockhoff represented Australia at the 1960 and 1964 Winter Olympic Games. Her grandfather Harold Brockhoff was one of the original pioneers of Mount Buller and another relative, Joyce Brockhoff, has a run named in her honour at Mount Hotham.

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  3. Britt Cox

    Britt Cox

    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.

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  4. Dale Begg-Smith

    Dale Begg-Smith
    At the 2006 Olympics in Torino Dale Begg-Smith became the youngest men's moguls skier to win the Olympics at just 21 and Australia's first Olympic skiing gold medallist.
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  5. Jarryd Hughes

    Jarryd Hughes
    Hughes first broke onto the scene in 2012 when he won silver in the Junior World Championships. In his first ever senior WC event in Stoneham, Canada, Hughes finished a very impressive 10th and backed that up with an 11th spot in the next WC event.
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  6. Katya Crema

    Katya Crema

    Katya began skiing at just three years of age. She quickly moved through the ranks as a junior picking up Victorian championships and Australian national titles along the way. After competing twice at the World Children’s Championships in Italy 2002-2003 she graduated to the FIS racing circuit. In 2005 Katya took out the FIS Australian National Championships, she did so again for the following two years and a fourth in 2009 after returning from injury. During these years she also competed in the World Junior Championships in Austria, and Spain.

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  7. Lydia Lassila

    Lydia Lassila

    From a very young age Lydia’s goal was to win an Olympic Gold medal the only problem she faced was that she didn’t know what sport she wanted to do it in. At first she looked to gymnastics but, with opportunities missed, it was not meant to be and injury forced her into retirement at the age of 16. It was only when she heard of a unique program in Australia that was transforming ex-gymnasts into aerial skiers that she turned her attention to the snow. 

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