Annalisa Drew is one of those rare crossover breeds; she kills it at slopestyle and halfpipe. She had nine podiums in ’12, and in ’13 she was the first female to attempt a 1260 in competition. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Freeskiing)
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Annalisa Drew is one of those rare-breed, crossover athletes. But she doesn’t just compete in halfpipe and slopestyle, she excels. Drew made a name for herself with nine podiums during the 2011-2012 season, including podiums at the Aspen/Snowmass Open and USSA’s U.S. Revolution Tour.
In 2013 Drew got invites to X Games Aspen and Tignes, where she debuted her 1260 in the halfpipe. Even though she didn’t land it, she made history becoming the first woman to attempt one in competition. She also took the win at the North Face Park & Pipe Open Series in Whistler.
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