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SEAN PETTIT


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SEAN PETTIT


ATHLETE | INFLUENCER

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WHO IS HE?


WHO IS HE?


 

It all started it off on July 27th 1992, when Sean was born in Ottawa, Ontario. Two years later he had his first day of skiing at Camp Fortune where he quickly became one of the best skiers of the mountain. In 1999, Deb Hillary, a.k.a Mom, decided to move Sean, and big brother Callum, out west, to Whistler, BC, where they could ride some of the best backcountry terrain in the world. It wasn’t too long after that, that Sean started getting recognized for his talent. At the ripe age of 11, he landed his first major sponsors, K2 and Oakley, when he didn’t even understand that skiing could be his job. Shortly after, Sean signed with Red Bull, becoming their youngest athlete ever.

          Today, he is one the most renowned big-mountain skiers in the sport who starred in countless films, won multiple awards, appeared on numerous magazine covers, won the Red Bull Cold Rush, two years in a row and even produced his own ski movies. Sean has no intention of slowing down, his goal is simply to enjoy every moment and inspire the next generation.

 

"The day that I stop inspiring, is the day that I'll stop doing it."

 
 
 
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FILM APPEARANCES


(and more)

FILM APPEARANCES


(and more)

"I remember in December of 2003, I was just 11 years old, Tanner Hall asked me to be in his upcoming ski film. At the time I didn't even know who he was, but I said yes...obviously."


- Sean Pettit on his first ski film appearance

 

2004

Sean makes his first ski film appearance in Tanner Hall’s “WSKI 106”

2005

2nd film appearance in Tanner’s “Pop Yer Bottlez”

2006

Tanner’s “Show & Prove”

2007

Tanner’s “Believe”

2008

NBC Today Show Appearance with the late Shane McConkey

Closing segment of MSP’s “Claim”

 

2009

Opening segment of MSP's "In Deep"

2010

Closing segment of MSP's "The Way I See It"

2011

MSP's "Attack Of La Niña"

Oakley's "The Ordinary Skier"

2012

Closing segment of PBP's "We"

MSP's "Superheroes Of Stoke"

2013

Opening segment of PBP's "Tracing Skylines"

 

2014

First Super Proof film, produced by Sean, "The Recruitment", is released.

2015

Super Proof's critically acclaimed "The Masquerade" is released, also produced by Sean.

 

2015

Stars in Red Bull TV series "Keep Your Tips Up". Watch here.

2016

"Keep Your Tips Up" Full Backcountry Part

2016

Stars in Red Bull TV series "Keep Your Tips Up" Season 2. Watch here.

 
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2017

Launch of "Friendly Rippers". A social series released on Instagram and Facebook only. Follow Sean here to stay up to date on the latest episodes. 

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BUT HAS HE WON ANYTHING?


BUT HAS HE WON ANYTHING?


PODIUMS

2008 ➝ 2nd place in Red Bull Cold Rush competition in BC.

2010 ➝ 1st place in Red Bull Cold Rush competition in BC.

2010 ➝ 2nd place in Red Bull Linecatcher competition in France.

2011  1st place in Red Bull Cold Rush competition in Colorado.

2011 ➝ 1st place in Red Bull Linecatcher competition in France.

2013  Silver medal in X-Games Real Ski Backcountry Competition.

2015  Bronze medal X-Games Real Ski Backcountry Competition.

AWARDS

2004 ➝ Powder Award for Best Humour "WSKI 106".

2009 ➝ Wins his first major powder award Breakthrough Performance for video part in "Claim".

2010  Wins Powder Magazine Video award for Skier of the Year in “In Deep”.

2010 ➝ Wins  Full Throttle Powder Magazine Video Award.

2011  Wins both IF3 Montreal award, and IF3 Europe award for Best Male Performance in “Attack of La Niña”.

2012  Wins Powder Magazine Video Award's for Skier of the Year.

2013  Powder Magazine Awards for Best Natural Air.

2014  Powder Video Awards for Best Man Made Air.

2015 ➝ Wins three IF3 awards: Best Male Skier, Best Backcountry FilmBest Cinematography.

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ARCHIVES


ARCHIVES