Rad Season: Jamie ‘MoCrazy’ Crane-Mauzy

 Rad Season: Jamie ‘MoCrazy’ Crane-Mauzy

Jamie MoCrazy former pro skier and motivational speaker

Jamie ‘MoCrazy’ Crane-Mauzy is a former pro freeskier, motivational speaker, ski guide and talk show host

At 22 years old on April 11, 2015, Jamie MoCrazy’s life changed forever. She crashed at the skiing world tour finals in Whistler and fell into a coma for 10 days. She went from being one of the best skiers in the world to relearning how to walk and talk.

Jamie was the first female in the world to do a double flip in a Slopestyle run during the X Games in 2013. After her unexpected trauma she had to relearn everything in life. This has allowed her to bring those stories to the surface. Jamie is currently a motivational speaker, ski coach in Park City and hosts a Radio Show ‘Life Gets MoCrazy’ on the Brain Injury Radio Network.

Tune in to find out more about Jamie’s inspiration story on overcoming her unexpected trauma and how she is using it to motivate others. We’ll chat about ski coaching, speaking and what other projects she is working on

Action sports enthusiast and event guru Oli Russell-Cowan is the host of Rad Season’s podcast. Growing up in London skating down Thames River bank, surfing waves in 40+ countries and going to festivals and events since he was 15, Oli worked in the event and action sports industry all his life and founded Rad Season in 2016. 

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