- Cole Richardson at FIS
After being born into a huge ski family Cole was taught to ski at the age of 2 years old by his parents and ever since it has been his main passion and focus. He was put into ski racing at the age of 9 and after 4 years of training gates he decided it was time to move over to the world of freeride and start competing in the junior freeride competitions across canada. After his first season on the circuit he won the Noram competition and took home the Overall North-American Champion award for his age category. Cole has been constantly getting after it in the freeski world ever since, continuing to compete in freeride competitions and delivering non-stop content through video parts and his Instagram page. Cole won the 2019 Quiksilver young guns competition in Revelstoke which has played a huge role in helping him gain exposure to create a name for himself. Cole is now trying to focus mainly on the film and media side of the industry with hopes to keep skiing as long as he possibly can. Check out his latest video part “9INETEEN” to see what he has been up to for the last 2 years. Cole wants to thank his family and friends for playing such a huge role in ingraining skiing into his life and wants to thank HEAD for supporting him to continue getting after it. Cole’s Favorite ski is the KORE 105 because of how versatile it is in every condition and on any terrain.
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