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Darcy Sharpe has always been a natural at shredding the slopes. Growing up in Comox, British Columbia, he was raised in the heart of mountain culture. He spent his early years skiing and snowboarding with his family and quickly developed a passion for the sport. At the age of 12, Sharpe moved to Whistler to train at the Whistler Valley Snowboard Club. This is where he really fine-tuned his skills and began dominating some of his first amateur snowboarding competitions. But it was in 2011 that Sharpe really got his big break when he won the gold medal in the slopestyle event at the Winter X Games. This was the first time a Canadian had ever won gold in the slopestyle event and it put Sharpe on the map as one of the more recognized snowboarders in the world. In the years that came after, Sharpe kept adding more medals to his tally at the Winter X Games, starting with a slopestyle silver in Aspen in 2018, the FIS Snowboard World Championships, and the Dew Tour. He was also selected for the Canadian team for the 2022 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. With his favorite motto being, “stay hard,” it’s safe to say that Sharpe is doing just that.

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Darcy Sharpe
  • Canada
Date of Birth : 1996-02-09
Favorite Flavor: Zero-Sugar Ultra Watermelon

Darcy Sharpe has always been a natural at shredding the slopes. Growing up in Comox, British Columbia, he was raised in the heart of mountain culture. He spent his early years skiing and snowboarding with his family and quickly developed a passion for the sport. At the age of 12, Sharpe moved to Whistler to train at the Whistler Valley Snowboard Club. This is where he really fine-tuned his skills and began dominating some of his first amateur snowboarding competitions. But it was in 2011 that Sharpe really got his big break when he won the gold medal in the slopestyle event at the Winter X Games. This was the first time a Canadian had ever won gold in the slopestyle event and it put Sharpe on the map as one of the more recognized snowboarders in the world. In the years that came after, Sharpe kept adding more medals to his tally at the Winter X Games, starting with a slopestyle silver in Aspen in 2018, the FIS Snowboard World Championships, and the Dew Tour. He was also selected for the Canadian team for the 2022 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. With his favorite motto being, “stay hard,” it’s safe to say that Sharpe is doing just that.

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