Angel Collinson


The daughter of the ski patrol director at Utah’s Snowbird ski area, Angel Collinson grew up in employee housing at the base of the mountain, becoming a skier not long after she learned to walk. As kids, she and her parents and her younger brother, fellow pro skier Johnny Collinson, would spend summers living out of their family’s van and climbing peaks all over the western United States.

An elite ski racer through her teens, Collinson gave up racing at age 19 and started entering big-mountain freeskiing contests, all while studying environmental law at the University of Utah. In her first year on the Freeskiing World Tour, in 2010, she won the overall title as a rookie, which she claimed again the following year. By 2013, she’d transitioned to filming, with a breakout part in Teton Gravity Research’s annual ski movie. Now a regular star athlete in TGR’s films, Collinson’s claimed many awards for her film parts, including become the first female in history to win Best Line at the Powder Video Awards for the footage of her slashing a steep spine in Alaska.

Datos informativos

Fecha de nacimiento
Lugar habitual de esquí
Alta and Snowbird
Take over the world with kindness!
Big Mountain Skiing
Singing, slingshots, listening to music, waking up for full moons!
Mejores resultados

2 time winner Best Female Performance- Powder Magazine Awards

2 time winner Powder Readers poll;

First female to win Best Line, Powder Magazine Awards.

2 time overall winner of the Freeskiing World Tour


1. Fijación Marker favorita
Jester Pro
2. ¿Por qué?
It's super solid, and I love the metal bar across the toepiece- it really helps get the snow off the bottom of your boot before you click in!
3. ¿Hace cuanto tiempo que esquías con Marker?
Since 2012
4. ¿A qué edad empezaste a esquiar?
2 and a half
5. El mayor logro en tu carrera de esquí
When I started filming with Teton Gravity Research (TGR) in 2012

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