A Massive Crash
Professional slopestyle freeskier, Jamie Crane-Mauzy, suffered a massive spill during the 2015 World Skiing Invitational (WSI) /AFP World Tour Championships in Whistler, BC. After being airlifted to a Vancouver hospital, Jamie was joined by her family and remains in critical condition.
Her family remaining positive about Jamie’s condition and say that the outpouring of positive support on Crane-Mauzy's Facebook page is what's pulling her through.
Jamie Needs Our Support
Jamie’s friends and fans from the snowsports community and beyond are invited to contribute a donation to benefit the Crane-Mauzy family, who face a mountain of medical and rehabilitation expenses following Jamie’s accident.
Help Spread the Word!
Your contribution will make a difference. No amount is too small. We can do this together through the power of our skiing community. Please help us spread the word and share this Rally campaign link on social media and in email. Thank you for your continued love and support.
Jamie's family remains positive about her condition and say that the outpouring of positive support for Jamie has been the key to helping her improve!
Jamie Crane-Mauzy made history in 2013 during the X Games in Aspen, Colorado, when she became the first female freeskier to land a double backflip in competition and again at the North Face Park & Pipe Open, when she became the first female to backflip off a rail in competition that same year.
While she’s fearless by nature, friends will tell you Jamie is best known for her sharp wit, bubbly personality, adventurous spirit and infectious sparkle.
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