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Alex Chumpy Pullin

Snowboard cross
Mansfield, VIC, Aus
Dee Why, Northern Beaches, Sydney, Aus

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.

From age 14 Chumpy travelled the world in order to become the best Snowboard Cross athlete he could be. By the age of 18 he had won everything he needed to qualify for the World Cup tour. From the outset Chumpy was a contender and consistently produced top 5 finishes.

At the Vancouver Olympics Chumpy made himself a household name by qualifying as the fastest athlete in both runs. The finals however did not go the way he had hoped as he crashed out in the quarter finals.

Like most successful athletes, Chumpy took this disappointment and turned it into a positive. He realised his potential and over the next three years he secured back to back world championship victories, the first ever Australian athlete to do so. He became the world number 1 in his discipline.

In the 2012-2013 season Chumpy won his second World Cup overall title after claiming four World Cup medals. In 2013 he was awarded Athlete of the Year by Ski & Snowboard Australia. The 2014-2015 season saw Chumpy finish second in the World after a first place victory at Veysonnaz and coming in third at La Molina.  In 2015 the highlight for Chumpy was winning gold at the final World Cup in Baqueira Beret, Spain. 

In December 2016, he took bronze in Montafon, Austria and won the Feldberg World Cup in Germany, bronze in the 2017 Sierra Nevada World Championships and another bronze in Veysonnaz, Switzerland.

Now in 2018 we are about to watch him do his thing on the Olympic stage for the third time. This season started about as well as he could have hoped for.  But with this guy’s track record – he has competed at 66 World Cups and has nine gold, four silver, six bronze and eleven top 5 finishes to his name - there was no surprise when he took out a double gold at the season’s opening in Argentina after a solid preparation and lead in in Australia up at Hotham. 

The bordercross boys just came out of their second last dress rehearsal for PyeongChang at the pre-Games World Cup in Bulgaria and all came out in the top 20 in the world rankings. Chumpy took out 5th in the final, topping the Australian riders and putting him in the number 2 spot in the world as he heads into his third Olympics.

Chumpy has been an XTM athlete since he was a young kid and we are privileged to have him on our team.

If you'd like to know more about the champ check out Chumpy's website! 

Career Highlights

2018 World Cup Bulgaria - 5th
2017 World Cup Sierra Nevada, Spain - 3rd
2017 World Cup Veysonnaz Switzerland - 3rd
2016 World Cup Feldberg Germany - 1st
2016 World Cup Montafon, Austria - 3rd
2016 Winter X Games, Aspen - 2nd
2013 World Champion, Stoneham, Canada
2013 Overall World Cup Tour Champion
2013 World Cup Veysonnaz – 1st
2013 World Cup Arosa – 1st
2013 World Cup Sochi – 5th
2013 World Cup Blue Mountain – 2nd

2012/13 World Cup Telluride – 2nd
2012/13 World Cup Montafon – 4th
2012 World Cup Stoneham – 6th
2012 World Cup Blue Mountain – 4th
2011 World Cup Arosa – 1st
2011 World Champion, La Molina SPA
2011 Overall World Cup Tour Champion
2011 SSA Suzuki Athlete of the Year2010 World Cup Telluride – 3rd
2010 World Cup Lech – 2nd
2010 World Cup La Molina – 2nd
2010 World Cup Valmelenco – 1st
2010 rank #2 Overall World Cup
2010 Qualified 1st for Olympic Finals