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          Winter 2012 was truly a breakout season for 20-year-old Jackie Hernandez, as she won nearly all the Nor-Ams she entered—six out of eight to be exact. She quickly climbed the ranks of the World Cup circuit, ending with an impressive win at the final World Cup of the season in Valmalenco, Italy.

          For Hernandez’s first year on the team, she did very well, making nearly all the finals she entered and taking eighth at the Blue Mountain World Cup. Unfortunately, at the Canyons Grand Prix she took a spill and injured her arm. With her dedication to rehab, she will be back on snow and stronger than ever very soon.

          JACKIE SAYS
          The first year on the team was busy and started off rocky, then it got better, and then I broke my arm. Injuries happen and I am determined to get strong again. What I am excited for though is…next season!

          FIRST TRACKS
          Hernandez started skiing at Mount Snow with her family when she was five years old. Three years later the Hernandez family moved to Hunter, New York, and when she was eight years old, the entire Hernandez family switched to snowboarding. She hasn’t looked back since.

          OFF THE SNOW
          Hernandez has her own Harley Davidson and you can often find her out riding it—sometimes with her Dad, who also owns a Harley. She also likes to swim.



          FIS WORLD CUP
          10 World Cup starts since 2010, first win in 2012.

          1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Killington, VT, 2012
          1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Stoneham, CAN, 2012
          1st, SBX, Nor-AM, Stoneham, CAN, 2012
          1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Big White, CAN, 2012
          1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Big White, CAN, 2012
          1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Copper Mountain, CO, 2012
          7th, SBX, FIS Junior World Championships, Sierra Nevada, SPA, 2012