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Fuller insists snowboarding is hitting new peaks

Winter Olympian Aimee Fuller believes snowboarding has enjoyed a huge boost in popularity following Great Britain’s exploits in Sochi earlier th...


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Fuller goes big but fails to make Olympic slopestyle final

Aimee Fuller delivered on her promise to 'go big' - but failed in her bid to make snowboarding's slopestyle final at the Winter Olympics in Soch...


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Fuller predicts ‘must watch’ snowboard slopestyle debut

Aimee Fuller has predicted that snowboard slopestyle will produce one of the outstanding moments of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics as it prepare...


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Medal Record

Sochi 2014
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Aimee first started snowboarding when she moved to Washington DC in 2003, although an early passion for motorcross helped her develop a fearless approach to jumps.

Having discovered snowboarding, she rode as much as possible with friends from school and progressed from there.

A visit to a freestyle camp in Oregon saw her catch the eye of one of the coaches and lead to her turning pro.

Now living in Ireland, Aimee is one of Britain’s brightest hopes for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi.

Being comfortable being upside down meant Aimee became the first women to land a double backflip.

Her loves apart from snowboarding are surfing, cycling and chilling on the beach!