Leah Evans’ recent accomplishments include a first place finish at the 2011 Canadian Freeski Championships in Revelstoke (a Freeski World Tour event), filming around the world with Ride Guide TV, writing for SKIER magazine, speaking at various events, shooting with top photographers in the industry, and winning both the 2010 Canadian Freeski Open and 2010 Wrangle the Chute events. She is also the co-founder of Girls Do Ski, an organization that was started to get more female skiers on the slopes and connect those who are already out there. The foundation of our camps is to provide is a supportive community of like-minded female athletes, who will help you grow on and off your skis.

Q&A with Megan Gunning: Evolution of Women in Competitive Free Skiing

Watching Dara Howell come down the Olympic slope style course, professional skier Megan Gunning thought to herself, “Wow, so many girls are going to want be just like Dara!” Gunning, a member of the Canadian half pipe team from Calgary,… Read More →

Girls Do Ski

Girls Do Ski: A Revelstoke Ski Camp For Women

Skiing is often a personal journey. You’re challenging yourself, embracing mother nature and patting yourself on the back when you try something new. Seven years ago, I started a ski coaching camp called Girls Do Ski with the intention of… Read More →

Izzy Lynch: Athlete Profile and Q&A

What happens when you go big and commit to what you want to see yourself become? Izzy Lynch accomplished this when her career as a professional freeskier took off. You may have recognized this talented Revelstoke-ian from Sherpas Cinema’s “Into the… Read More →