Ellery Hollingsworth is from Darien, Connecticut and started snowboarding at Vermont’s Bromley Mountain when she was six years old. Her brothers had been snowboarding already for a couple years, and looking up to them, it was just a matter of time until young Ellery would strap in and follow in her brothers’ footsteps. She graduated at the Stratton Mountain School where she trained to be a professional snowboarder.
The first time Ellery appeared up on the international shred-radar was in 2006, when she got third at the Burton New Zealand Open. A year later she even stepped it up with a third place at the 6 Star Burton European Open. Then, in 2009, Ellery made history when she became the first women to land a 1080. She quickly established herself, as a leader of snowboarding’s next wave of female shredders.
One year later, however, Ellery narrowly missed a spot for the Olympic team. In the upcoming year, though, the self-proclaimed Newfoundland dog-enthusiast once again proved that she is one of the most talented ladies out there, and landed podium spots at the Burton US Open, Burton Canadian Open and Burton European Open.
Besides snowboarding, Ellery loves traveling, surfing, cooking soup with Momma, skydiving and reading. She also plays golf, soccer, tennis, runs and does yoga.
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|13/14||16th||Halfpipe World Tour Ranking||512.42|
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|12/13||7th||Halfpipe World Tour Ranking||773.26|
|11/12||8th||Overall World Tour Ranking||2120.14|
|10/11||64th||Overall World Tour Ranking||2445.68|
|09/10||114th||Overall World Tour Ranking||1569.84|
|08/09||10th||Overall World Tour Ranking||4688.86|
|07/08||10th||Overall World Tour Ranking||4416.81|
|06/07||12th||Overall World Tour Ranking||4440.09|
|05/06||18th||Overall World Tour Ranking||690.00|
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