Meet Our New 2021 Crew of Winter Ambassadors!
Posted on 3 Jun, 2021
Meet the stack of snow stars making up this years 2021 Winter Season Ambassadors with many going for gold.
A fleet of new ambassadors are expected to flock to Thredbo this winter as they prepare for next year’s Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. Alongside riding Australia’s Best Ski Resort, Thredbo will be creating professional features for training and development.
You might already know one of our ambassadors…
Torah Bright is a three-time Winter Olympian and has been the face of Thredbo for seven years! You will often see her riding the resort or teaching the next gen of shredders at the Torah Bright Mini Shred.
Joining Torah as ambassador, is 16-year old Thredbo newbie Valentino Guseli, he is the kid who recently broke the World Record for the highest halfpipe air. More to join the Thredbo ranks is slopestyle boarder Tess Coady and Snowboard Cross champs Jarryd Hughes, Josie Baff and 21-year old Paralympic veteran Ben Tudhope.
Also keep a look out for Abi Harrigan, a true-all rounder and Snowy Mountains local, who will bee adding a skier to the mix.
Check out more on each ambassador here.
Alongside, this long list of ambassadors is a number of Thredbo locals, giving us a taste of life growing up in Australia’s Best Ski Resort.
Film star Jye Kearney was already riding for Burton and landing magazine covers by age 13 and was one of the only southern hemisphere snowboarders to make a debut in an internationally recognised snowboard film with Method Magazine.
While Thredbo raised brother and sister duo, Joey and Arkie Elliss, used to swap school days with riding days when the roads were snowed in and can be found carving all through winter.
Take a look at a cheeky flashback of Joey and Arkie talking about why they love Thredbo as groms in 2016 below.
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