Alex 'Chumpy' Pullin created history when he became Australia’s first snowboard world champion, taking out the Snowboard Cross event at the FIS World Titles in Spain in 2011. He also took out the World Cup Championship, making podium in four of the five World Cup events of the season. These victories came on the back of the 2010 World Cup season that saw him finish ranked as world number two.
Chumpy won his second World Championship in 2013, claiming the Boarder Cross title at the FIS World Titles in Stoneham. That year, he was awarded Athlete of the Year by Ski & Snowboard Australia. In 2014 Chumpy was named the Australian flag bearer for the Sochi Winter Olympics where he went on to compete as a favourite in the Snowboard Cross event. He’s competed three times at the Olympics, finishing 6th in the 2018 PyeongChange Games after crashing in the final.
At Nurture 360, Alex will share his secrets to performing under pressure.