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Corinne Pasela



Cleveland, OH


  • 2011
  • 1st Roxy Shooting Star Video Contest

An Ohio native, Corinne began skiing at the age of 5, but it was at 12 years old that she first strapped her feet to a snowboard. A jibbing ninja, she developed her wicked street skills by keeping up with the boys and filming with her crew. In a state without much vertical variation, they spent most of their time sessioning the park or hiking a backyard rail.

Roxy discovered Corrine through the inaugural Roxy Shooting Star Video Contest. She knew that her friends had entered some clips on her behalf, but it wasn't until the filmer called to congratulate her on their win that she believed she could have possibly won. When she's not snowboarding, Corrine loves to draw, run, and go swimming with friends. With a world of new shredding opportunities opening up for Corrine, she is truly one to watch.

Roxy Q&A

Dream holiday?
A bike ride through the world's most beautiful cities

Favorite food?

Favorite place to snowboard?
BMBW, Ohio (her local ski hill Boston Mills Brandywine)

Current fashion obsession?
Jeans and T's

Favorite trick?
Front blunt

Proudest accomplishment?
High school commencement, I gave a speech

What tunes get you pumped for a pow day?
I couldn't tell you (Ohio does not have pow days)

Most terrified of?

Who is your Hero?
Amelia Earhart

Best trip ever?
Weekend road trip to Michigan with the boys

What are you rocking this season?
Pickle tech XOXO

Name a movie you've watched a million times.
Shawshank Redemption...or Space Jam

Best snowboard movie for inspiration?
Robot Food's "Afterlame"

In five years who do you hope to be?
Wiser than today

You and your friends like to?
Frolic in the sunshine, ride bikes, play outside.

Celebrity crush?
A secret

What is your pre-snowboarding routine?
Look for socks, eat breakfast, find socks.

Contest or filming?

Best pre-riding breakfast?
Bagel topped with cream cheese and hot sauce

What do you love most about snowboarding?
The innate bond between all those who stand sideways, the sense of freedom, hot laps with friends.

What advice would you give to girls who want to come up in snowboarding?
Snowboard because it's fun!

What are some of your non-snow hobbies?
I enjoy drawing and running in circles