Zoe Gillings

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Dominique Maltais, Deborah Anthonioz, Helene Olafsen, Zoe Gillings at the 2009–10 FIS World Cup stop in Stoneham

Zoe Gillings (born 14 June 1985 in Isle of Man) is a Manx snowboarder.[1] She has won seven medals at FIS World Cup[2]

At the 2006 Winter Olympics, Gillings finished 15th in the first ever women's Snowboard Cross.[3]

At the 2010 Winter Olympics, Gillings finished 8th in the women's Snowboard Cross.

At the 2014 Winter Olympics, Gillings finished 9th in the women's Snowboard Cross.[4]

2011/12 season[edit]

  • Finished 3rd in the boarder-cross World Cup in Valmalenco.[5]

2010/11 season[edit]

  • Finished 3rd in snowboardcross competition at World Cup meeting in Arosa.[6]

2008/09 season[edit]

  • Finished 3rd in the snowboardcross event at the FIS World Cup meeting in Valmalenco.[6][7]
  • Finished 3rd in the Austrian (Bad Gastein) FIS World Cup snowboardcross final.[7]
  • Finished 4th in the Argentinian FIS World Cup snowboardcross final.[7]
  • Finished 1st at the German National Championships.[7]
  • Awarded the British Olympic Association Athlete of the Year (Snow sport) 2008/09. (Second year running)

2007/08 season[edit]

  • Finished 6th in snowboardcross at the X-Games in Colorado, USA.[6]
  • Finished 4th in the Korean (Sungwoo) FIS World Cup snowboardcross final.[6]
  • Finished 2nd in the Japan (Gugi-Gifu) FIS World Cup snowboardcross final.[6]
  • Awarded British Olympic Association Athlete of the Year (Snowsport) 2007/08.

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