|Marital Status: Married||Resides In: Whistler, CAN|
|Participant since: 1987||Age: 30|
|Competitor since: 2000||Height: 5'6"|
|Nickname(s):||Weight: 130 lbs|
Maybe the best female park skier ever, Sarah has six WX SuperPipe medals: 4 gold, 2 silver. She has the most SuperPipe gold of any skier, male or female. Won at every major contest, including the U.S. Open, European Open, World Skiing Invitational and FIS World Championships. She also became the first skier to win an ESPY; she was awarded "Female Action Sports Athlete of the Year" in '07. The first female to land a 720, 900, 1080 and alley-oop flatspin 540 (pipe) in competition. Also the first woman to attempt a 1260, doing so in WX 2010 Slopestyle (she crashed). Reclaimed her WX SuperPipe crown in 2011 and then went on to double down by winning WX Europe.
Nearly a year after her death, a foundation forms in Sarah Burke's honorStory | Jan 08, 2013
Sarah Burke's hometown renamed the street where she grew up in honor of the Canadian skiing star who died in JanuaryStory | Jul 07, 2012