Aimee Fuller is a snowboarder who competes in Snowboard Slopestyle events.
Born and brought up in Kent, Aimee Fuller began her snow sports journey skiing on her local dry slope. After moving to Washington aged 12, she developed a passion for snowboarding and weekends spent practicing in the snowpark on a nearby mountain allowed her to find her calling in freestyle.
After moving back to Belfast, Northern Ireland, Fuller’s career took off rapidly. Sponsored by Roxy, she impressed at many a competition, including two Winter X Games in Aspen. In 2014, Amy was selected as a member of Team GB for the Sochi 2014 Winter Games where she went on to reach the semi-finals. Although Fuller herself did not qualify for the finals, she was part of the BBC Sport commentary team watching on as slopestyle teammate Jenny Jones brought home Team GB’s first ever medal in a snow event. This is a feat Fuller herself will be hoping to replicate at PyeongChang 2018. As the first women to land a double backflip and cab double 900, we are sure she will give her competitors a run for their money.
Aimee Fuller’s fearless attitude may also be in part due to her participation in motocross when she was younger. Motocross and cycling are activities she still very much enjoys and it’s common for her to be out and about on two wheels when she isn’t on the slopes.