Baily McDonald Takes 3rd Place Podium at FIS / NorAm Cup Event at Woodward in Park City, Utah.

March 3, 2020 - 2:00pm EST

Park City, Utah - Baily McDonald continued racking up points on her quest for the NorAm Cup title by capturing another podium, finishing 3rd in Slopestyle at Park City, Utah. Park City is a Revolution Tour event organized by U.S. Ski and Snowboard, and is the 6th stop on the NorAm Cup Tour. This result keeps Baily in 2nd place in the NorAm Cup standings just 200 points behind American Ty Schnorrbusch ahead of tomorrow's final NorAm Cup event.

Two More Podiums for Baily McDonald at FIS / NorAm Cup Event at Mount St. Louis Moonstone.

February 25, 2020 - 4:00pm EST

Moonstone, ON - At her home resort Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Baily McDonald treated her hometown fans with two podium finishes, placing 3rd on two consecutive days in Slopestyle [View Image]. Both results keep Baily in the running to take top stop overall for Slopestyle on the NorAm Cup Tour. She currently holds top spot in Big Air. Baily heads to Park City, Utah next week for the final tour stop, then on to Canada Olympic Park in Calgary for the Canadian Nationals.

Baily McDonald Takes Another 1st Place at FIS / NorAm Cup Event at Maximise in St Agathe, QC.

February 20, 2020 - 3:30pm EST

St Agathe, QC - Baily McDonald topped a small but mostly Canadian field of riders to capture 1st place in Big Air at Maximise in St Agathe QC [View Image]. This NorAm Cup podium result puts Baily on top of the women's Big Air standings alone in first place with 800 points. Baily is also sitting in the #2 spot on the NorAm Cup Tour standings for slopestyle heading into next week's Air Nation event at her home base of Mount St. Louis Moonstone on Feb 24-25.

Baily McDonald Captures 1st Place at FIS / NorAm Cup Event in Sun Peaks, BC.

January 16, 2020 - 8:30pm EST

Sun Peaks, BC - In her first Air Nation contest of the 2020 snowboarding season, Baily McDonald captured 1st place ahead of American rider Kaitlyn Adams, and Terra Traub of Taiwan. Sun Peaks is a NorAm Cup event and this 1st place result puts Baily on top of the women's slopestyle standings with 500 points after one event. Riders at this event represented Canada, the US, China, and Taiwan. With her 1st place finish Baily climbs another 13 spots to 26th on the World Snowboarding Points List for Slopestyle [View image]. Baily also captured another podium spot on Day 2 of the event with her 3rd place finish in Big Air, also moving her up the WSPL rankings.

Baily McDonald Partners With Burton Sports & Entertainment Management Inc. (BSEMI) On Route to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing China.

December 30, 2019 - 10:00am EST

Barrie, ON - Burton Sports & Entertainment Management Inc. (BSEMI) of Barrie, Ontario is pleased to announce its partnership with Baily McDonald, a top Canadian women's snowboarder from Barrie, currently competing on the World Cup Snowboard Tour. Baily McDonald is currently ranked among the Top 50 women’s snowboarders in the world for both Slopestyle and Big Air events. BSEMI will be responsible for... [Download Full Press Release]

Baily McDonald Places 3rd at FIS / European Cup Event in Landgraaf, NL.

November 20, 2019 - 12:30pm EST

Landgraaf, NL - In her first FIS contest of the 2019-20 snowboarding season, Baily McDonald captured 3rd place in a field of 22 international snowboarders at SnowWorld in Landgraaf, Netherlands. Riders at this event represented 12 nations including Netherlands, France, Canada, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Russia, Norway, Croatia, Czech Republic, Belarus, and China. With her 3rd place finish Baily captured 108 points and catapulted up 47 spots on the World Snowboarding Points List for Slopestyle. [View image]

Baily McDonald Adds Swatch to List of International Brand Sponsors

September 2, 2019 - 11:00am EST

Barrie, ON - Baily McDonald has signed a sponsorship deal to represent Swatch. Baily joins an impressive roster of Swatch athletes that includes among others, Canadian men's snowboarders Max Parrot and Max Moffatt.

Baily McDonald Captures 2nd at FIS / Australia New Zealand Cup Event in Perisher, Australia.

August 7, 2019 - 2:00am EST

Perisher Valley, NSW, Australia - Baily McDonald burst back on the women's international snowboard scene with a convincing 2nd place finish behind Great Britain's Katie Ormerod in the Big Air event. This was Baily's first top 3 finish at an international event (outside Canada) since March of 2017 where she finished 3rd at a qualification event in Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic.