Cox in 2012
|Born||29 September 1994|
Wodonga, Victoria, Australia
|Height||163 cm (5 ft 4 in)|
|Weight||59 kg (9 st 4 lb; 130 lb)|
|Coached by||Steve Desovich, Jerry Grossi|
Britteny Cox (born 29 September 1994) is an Australian mogul skier. Growing up in the Victorian alpine resort of Falls Creek, Cox was born into a mogul skiing environment, with her family passionate mogul skiers.
Since the Vancouver Olympics, Cox has continued to improve, winning Australia's first ever female World Cup mogul skiing medal, after finishing third at the 2011–12 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup in Deer Valley, Utah. In 2013 Cox won her second World Cup bronze at the 2012–13 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup. Brittany Cox won the Crystal Globe for Women's Moguls at the 2016-2017 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup with 7 victories and several other podium finishes. She is the first female Australian Mogul skier to win the crystal globe.
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