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Meryeta O’Dine (2016)


Meryeta O'Dine is riding her snowboard to international success.

In the sport of snowboard cross, O'Dine has ascended to the World Cup level. In late February, she competed at a World Cup race in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and zipped to a sixth-place finish. The meet was a test event for the 2018 Winter Olympics and O'Dine's result was her best World Cup finish to that point in her career.

Earlier in the season, O'Dine claimed a pair of gold medals at North American Cup races on her home slopes of Tabor Mountain.

During the 2015 Canada Winter Games, in which snowboarding was also held at Tabor, O'Dine was golden in women's snowboard cross. She was 18 at the time and beat 21-year-old Tayler Wilton of Ontario in the final.