Belle Brockhoff

Snowboard Cross (SBX)

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Belle competes in Snowboard Cross (SBX) ​and in 2016 became the first Australian to win a World Cup event.

in 2017 Belle became the number #1 ranked female SBX athlete in the world following exceptional performances on the World Cup circuit.

Suffering two ACL injuries leading into the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics​ Belle was forced to compete without an ACL in her right knee and was still able to reach the Small Final (7th-12th) despite all of this.

An ambassador for Beyond Blue and Athlete Ally, Belle is extremely passionate about giving back to the community and helping those less fortunate.

  • Birthdate January 12, 1993
  • BirthplaceMelbourne
  • ClubOWIA
  • StanceGoofy
  • Home MountainMt Buller
  • Overseas BaseAustria
  • World Rank3
  • Career Highlights2nd 2017 Feldberg, Germany World Cup
  • 4th 2017 Feldberg, Germany World Cup
  • 1st 2017 World Cup Bansko Bulgaria
  • 1st 2016 Montafon, Austria World Cup
  • 1st 2016 Europa Cup Piztal 2x
  • 1st - 2016 Spain World Cup Finals
  • 2nd - 2016 World Cup Russia
  • 2nd - 2016 World Cup Switzerland
  • 1st - 2016 FIS ANC & National Championship SBX Mt Hotham
  • 2nd - 2015 Sunny Valley World Cup
  • 1st - 2015 Australia New Zealand Championships
  • 5th - 2014/15 Overall World Cup Standings
  • 8th - 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games
  • 1st - 2014 Europa Cup
  • 1st - 2014 Australia New Zealand Championships
  • 3rd - 2012 SBX World Cup in Montafon

  • Article by James Dennin from Mic on 8th February 2018 During the Winter Olympics, Mic is tracking a group of athletes who are smashing records and breaking boundaries. To follow the coverage, visit our Olympics hub. Name: Belle Brockhoff Age: 25 Sport: Snowboard cross Team: Australia Claim to fame: Coming out to her country on national television and criticizing Russia’s anti-gay laws ahead…


  • Article by Nicole Jeffery in The Australian on 6th February 2018 World Cup-winning snowboarder Belle Brockhoff has made a successful comeback from what was initially feared to be a season-ending knee injury, just five days before the Winter Olympics begin in PyeongChang. Riding in a knee brace, Brockhoff returned to the international circuit at Feldberg…


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