Maddie Mastro is an inspiring and progressive snowboarder from Wrightwood, California. Maddie’s presence and dedication to the sport led her to compete in the 2018 Olympics at only 17, as well as earn multiple podiums in the World Championships, X Games, and the World Cup. In 2019 after landing the trick in training the year before, Maddie became the first woman ever to land the super challenging double crippler, a frontside double backflip with no spin, at the Burton U.S. Open to win the gold medal. Off the mountain, Maddie stays strong mentally and physically through other flow sports like surfing, mountain biking and skating.
"I was just happy to land a run and stoked to be here riding with such an awesome group of girls. I couldn’t ask for anything more."
4 Things You Didn't Know About Maddie Mastro
- 1. Maddie is the first women to ever land the "double crippler" both in and out of halfpipe competition.
- 2. She is an impressive athlete. She had to give up a spot on a club soccer team to focus on snowboarding, but she likes to surf and spend time outdoors.
- 3. She made her first Olympic team in 2018 at age 17.
- 4. Maddie's goals for the upcoming season are to have fun, do more doubles, land runs. "I want to progress and push myself this next season to become the best athlete and person I can."