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Tiarn Collins

Tiarn made history in March 2022 when he became the first Kiwi snowboarder to win the FIS Snowboard Slopestyle Crystal Globe for the 2021/22 World Cup season. Tiarn represented New Zealand in Slopestyle and Big Air at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games. Post Games in March Tiarn won the FIS Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup held in the Czech Republic and just prior to the games he claimed the bronze medal at the Mammoth Mountain Slopestyle World Cup. Tiarn Collins began his successful international career as a junior rider, finishing  fourth in slopestyle and fifth in halfpipe at the 2016 Youth Olympic Winter Games and claiming a bronze medal in slopestyle at the 2017 Junior World Champs.  He then moved on to the World Cup Tour and won medals in Big Air and Slopestyle. Tiarn was selected to represent NZ at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games but a training accident in Pyeongchang just before the Games kept him from competing.
Disciplines:   Big Air, Slopestyle
Home Town:   Queenstown
Career Highlights:
1st place Slopestyle World Cup, Spindleruv Mlyn 2022; Beijing 2022 Winter Olympian; 3rd Place World Cup Slopestyle, Mammoth Mountain 2022; 1st place, World Cup Slopestyle, Calgary, Canada, February 2020; 2nd place, World Cup Big Air, Beijing, China, November 2017; 3rd place World Cup Slopestyle, January 2018, Snowmass, USA;  Bronze medal, slopestyle, Junior World Champs 2017.
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