Emily Arthur is a fun and chilled teen Aussie snowboarding powerhouse transitioning from junior to adult competition who has a good chance at representing Australia in the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. She was kind enough to pop in and spend a fun hour talking snowboarding, hot guys, and of course, karaoke. A self proclaimed above average Ham & Cheese toastie maker, one thing is certain, in the world of snowboarding Emily Arthur is way way way above average.


Emily had her first taste of Olympic glory at the Lillehammer 2016 Youth Winter Olympic Games, where she was named as the Opening Ceremony Flag Bearer. The then 16yr old won silver in the snowboard halfpipe in Norway, as well as placing 15th in the snowboard slopestyle.


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Emily Arthur


Emily qualified for her first World Cup in 2013 and has gone from strength to strength ever since. She won bronze at the Junior World Championships in 2014 and finished 16th at the World Snowboard Championships in Austria in January 2015. She won gold at the Australia and New Zealand Championships in August 2015 before qualifying for the Youth Winter Olympics.

The 2016/17 Northern Hemisphere Season saw the now 19yr old finish in the top 20 in all World Cup events contested, including a 10th place finish at the Olympic Test Event in PyeongChang. Her season ended with an impressive 17th place finish at the World Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain and a 19th place ranking on the halfpipe world standings.



Emily Arthur Results 2017
Emily Arthur Results 2017


Full Name: Emily Arthur
Discipline: Half Pipe and Occasional Slopestyle
DOB: 1999
Birth place: Sydney, Australia
Home town: Sydney, Australia
Sponsors: Roxy, Oakley and XTM

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