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Ranked as one of the top 20 Slopestyle riders in Canada, Andrew Mathews of Yellowknife, NWT, is a true talent on the Canadian snowboard scene. Since his first competition at the 2004 Arctic Winter Games in Fort McMurry, Andrew has been competing all around North America. Andrew’s results on the competitive circuit have earned him the opportunity to represent Canada in 3 World Cup events, the FIS World Snowboard Championships, and 5 Star TTR events.
In addition to following the contest circuit, Andrew has been involved in and produced a variety of snowboard films with other competitive snowboarders. These films have been featured on many prominent websites such as Transworld Snowboarding, Snowboard Canada, Method Mag, NZ Snow, and Snowboarder Mag. Andrew has also been involved in a variety of commercial projects such as Sherpa Cinemas Into the Mind, Hudson Bay's Olympic Gear commercial, and Dick's Sporting Goods Catalogue Shoot.
Due to Andrew’s wide variety of skills and achievements he has created a well-respected name in the snowboard industry and hopes to continue building it while representing the North as well as Canada.
"The Watcher" by Fitz & the Tantrums, "World is Our Playground" by DJ Vice, and "Stay High" by Tove Lo
I love that the Mio Alpha lets me know when I'm in the right training zone.
I'm motivated to push myself to be the best that I can be in every endeavour of my life. I love challenging myself and sport gives me the opportunity to do so. I'm inspired to make the most out of every situation that I find myself in.
The situation that comes to mind as my greatest accomplishment is my performance in the face of adversity at the Canada Winter Games in Whitehorse. I was competing in half pipe but had injured my knee three weeks prior to the competition. I wasn't able to practice at all except on the day of the contest once my knee was taped up. Despite this challenge I got into the zone, snowboarded well and landed in 5th place.