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Jeanee Crane-Mauzy started skiing in the halfpipe at the age of 15, and three short years later she became a force to be reckoned with on the freeskiing scene. With seven podiums, including a Junior Nationals halfpipe title, Revolution Tour halfpipe title, and a win at USASA Nationals, it’s safe to say that 2014 was a breakout year for the Park City resident.
Crane-Mauzy turned heads in 2013 with multiple podiums in halfpipe on the Revolution Tour and a top-five finish at the Aspen Open. Those results earned her a spot on the pro circuit for 2014, and Crane-Mauzy jumped at the chance to compete with the sport’s elite during an Olympic year.
Having cut her teeth with the pros early in 2014, she took that experience to the Revolution Tour, where she bagged the overall halfpipe title after winning the Seven Springs and Sun Valley stops. On a roll, Crane-Mauzy continued the domination in halfpipe by taking the win at both USSA Junior Nationals and USASA Nationals. She was also a member of the 2014 Junior World Championships halfpipe team in Italy and bagged a third-place finish against a stacked international field. With such consistent results and strong work ethic, Crane-Mauzy earned a spot on the U.S. Freeskiing Rookie halfpipe team, and she intends to work her way up the ranks for years to come.
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