Annalisa Drew started skiing when she was just 3 years old. As a child she also figure skated. She now credits her amazing ability to spin and her air awareness on skis to her early start on skates. Her ability to spin has made her the first female ever to throw a 1260 in competition.
Among her other accomplishments are an astonishing seven first place wins at events like the USSA Revolution Tour, Aspen Snowmass and The North Face Park & Pipe Open. Not to mention a fourth place finish at her first Dew Tour in 2010 at Killington, VT.
Drew’s accomplishments keep her on the snow training hard and having fun, but when she does have a minute off the snow you can find her taking online classes, playing soccer, lacrosse or hockey.
Drew represented Team USA on the inaugural freeski halfpipe team at the 2014 Sochi Olympics; she placed 9th.