Then, in 2011, her first full competition season, the 17-year-old Vermont native made her Winter X Games debut in both halfpipe and slopestyle, collecting her first X Games medal with a halfpipe bronze at the European X Games. But Logan wasn’t done there; she earned her first U.S. halfpipe skiing title and the overall AFP crown to cap her rookie season.
In 2012 Logan continued to make waves as one of the best women freeskiers with her arsenal of dynamic tricks. Her 12 podiums, which included two X Games medals, earned her another AFP Overall Championship title. After winning the season-opening New Zealand World Cup halfpipe in August 2012, the start to the Olympic qualifying period, Logan suffered a blown knee. Committed to rehab and her college education, she stayed busy. That included her becoming an AFP and FIS certified judge and judged some events while injured to have a better understanding of her sport.
- 2013 Dew Tour, Breckenridge, CO (SS) – 1st
- 2012 AFP ranking – 1st overall
- 2012 AFP ranking (slopestyle) – 3rd
- 2012 Euro Winter X Games (halfpipe) – Silver
- 2012 Winter X Games (slopestyle) – SIlver
- 2012 World Cup standings (slopestyle) – 3rd
- 2012 World Cup standings (halfpipe) – 4th
- 2012 U.S. Grand Prix, Mammoth Mountain, CA (slopestyle) – 2nd
- 2011 AFP ranking – 1st overall
- 2011 AFP ranking (halfpipe) – 1st
- 2011 Euro Winter X Games (halfpipe) – Bronze
- 2011 World Championships, Park City, UT (halfpipe) – 5th
- 2011 World Championships, Park City, UT (slopestyle) – 5th
Things to Know:
1. Played quarterback from eight to 12 years old on her brothers’ traveling football team.
2. Wears custom-made Timberland boots with her nickname, “DLO” on the tongue.
3. Has a tattoo on her right arm of a mountain range with six snowflakes, representing her family.
4. Collects snow globes.