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Jarryd Hughes

Snowboard Cross
Sydney Australia
Sydney Australia

Jarrryd 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. During the 2013 season he suffered a crushing injury. An acute ACL rupture. He somehow managed to finish out the season without an ACL.

Jarryd had to undergo major surgery to have his ligament replaced and spent the full Australian 2013 domestic season on the sidelines. He used this break from competition wisely and focused on strength and conditioning training. Hughes made his return at the start of the 2014 season fitter stronger and quicker than ever before.

He went on to win a Gold and Silver Medal at the FIS Junior World Championships, win the Lake Louise World Cup in 2013 and represent Australia at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.

In January 2016 Jarryd found top form at the Winter X Games in Aspen Colorado, where he set the pace throughout the competition. He was the fastest in qualifying, and won his quarter-final and semi-final to go into the final. In the hectic last seconds of the race, he made claimed the biggest victory of his career to date, winning Gold, making him the youngest ever winner and the first Australian man to ever win a Gold Medal at Winter X Games.

In December 2016 he had a great result with 4th place at the World Cup in Montafon, Austria and most recently went on to claim silver at the World Cup in Feldberg Germany, which was a historic gold and silver result for Australia, with team mate Chumpy Pullin taking gold.  

Jarryd has been a consistent performer in the Top 10 on the World Cup Circuit and the youngest ever World number one.

Career Highlights: 
2016 World Cup Feldberg Germany – 2nd
2016 World Cup Montafon, Austria – 4th
2016 X-Games Aspen Colorado - 1st
2015 World Cup Veysonnas, Switzerland – 4th
2013 World Cup Lake Louise, Canada – 1st