In 2014, Riley turned heads in his first year of FIS level competition. This dedicated and talented athlete has been named to the Ontario team for the upcoming Canada Winter Games.


Click on the above images to see more detail.

In 2014, Riley turned heads in his first year of FIS level competition. This dedicated and talented athlete has been named to the Ontario team for the upcoming Canada Winter Games.

Date of Birth: June 9th 1998

Home Town: Oakville, Ontario.

Home Club: Alpine Ski Club

Coach: Jonas Brook, Danielle Courchesne, Thedo Remmelink

Equipment: Boots: UPZ Board: GS: Custom Kessler 180, Apex V2 SL: Custom Kessler 159, K plate world cup Bindings: F2, front: 54 Back: 52

When did you start snowboarding and how did you start racing?: I started snowboarding at the age of 5 and started racing at 7 because my dad was involved in adult racing and it always seemed more interesting to me than any other discipline as well my friends at the club also wanted to start racing.

Where is your favourite place to ride?: Alpine Ski Club, it’s the hill I grew up on. I also really enjoyed spending a month in Chile at El Colorado because of the awesome snow conditions.

Who is your snowboarding role model or hero?: I’ve always admired Matt Morison, he was a junior world champion and has 12 world cup podiums, he also trained with Jonas Brook one of my current coaches.

What do you like best about competing?: I like the challenge of snowboard racing because of the adrenaline and the speed. There’s nothing like going head to head in an elimination round where you can win or lose by inches.

What do you like to do when you're not competing or training?: When not snowboarding I play football and golf.

My goals as a snowboarder are to eventually compete at the world cup and Olympic level but for now I am aiming for junior world championships.

Contact Us

  • Address: 5205 Harvester Rd., Unit 7
    Burlington, ON L7L 6B5, CANADA

  • Phone:1-416-551-4714 or 1-888-552-4714

  • Email:

Follow Us