Annalisa is completely fearless. She's the first woman to land a 1260 in the superpipe, and she's the only woman to land 1080s in both directions in the pipe. She earned her first XG medal in four attempts at Aspen 2016, bronze. She looked like she was on her way to another podium in Aspen 2017 when she threw back-to-back 900s and a 1080, which she reverted around to a 1260 on the last hit, but it just wasn't clean enough. The hard charger finished 3rd overall on the 2017 FIS World Cup rankings, proving she's one of the bst female competitors on the planet.
- 6 appearances, 1 medal: bronze, XG Aspen 2016
- 2014 Winter Olympics halfpipe: 9th.
- 3rd, 2017 FIS World Cup rankings for halfpipe; 4th, 2017 World Championships, Sierra Nevada, Spain
- First woman to land a 1260 in the pipe
- practice, XG Aspen 2013
- First woman to land 1080s in both directions (practice 2016 XG Oslo)
X Games Competition History
|X Games Aspen 2017|| SKI SuperPipe||6th|
|X Games Oslo 2016|| SKI SuperPipe||8th|
|X Games Aspen 2016|| SKI SuperPipe||3rd|
|X Games Aspen 2015|| SKI SuperPipe||6th|
|Winter X Games Tignes 2013|| SKI SuperPipe||8th|
|Winter X Games Aspen 2013|| SKI SuperPipe||6th|