The most dominant skier in women's slopestyle's history, Turski, 27, has 7 XG medals – all slopestyle. After skipping XG 2015 as she continued to recover from two surgeries (left ACL and right shoulder, June 2015), Turski started competing again in August (5th, Audi Quattro Winter Games NZ). She will compete in select events in 2016 while making the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea her main goal. She's so dominant that she has only missed the slopestyle podium four times out of 29 slopestyle starts since 2008. However, she broke her left arm in early Dec. training for the Dew Tour and she missed XG Aspen 2016.
- 7 XG medals; all slopestyle (5 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
- Only athlete to medal at all 7 XG Ski Slopestyle (W) events she's competed in. Missed XG Aspen 2015.
- Earned Slopestyle three
- peat at XG Aspen (2010
- 20 slopestyle victories since Aug. 2008 in 29 starts. 25 podiums.
- time consecutive AFP slopestyle champion (2009
- First female skier to land a switch 1080: March 2011
- First female to land switch 1080 at XG (Aspen 2012).
- ACL surgeries (Aug. 2013, June 2014). Shoulder surgery (June 2014)
- Had surgery on left arm and middle finger beginning of Dec. 2015.
X Games Competition History
|X Games Aspen 2014|| SKI Slopestyle||1st|
|Winter X Games Tignes 2013|| SKI Slopestyle||1st|
|Winter X Games Aspen 2013|| SKI Slopestyle||2nd|
|Winter X Games Aspen 2012|| SKI Slopestyle||1st|
|Winter X 2011|| SKI Slopestyle||1st|
|Winter X 2010|| SKI Slopestyle||1st|
|Winter X 2009|| SKI Slopestyle||3rd|