At evo since January 2010
Who am I?
Meg. I am the youngest in the Middleton family; therefore, the elder snowboard generation found the name “LITTLETON” suiting. I’ve grown up in the NW. I work as a Staffing Account Manager in downtown Seattle which funds my riding and keeps me productive. Each day is a new day; I don’t know where I will be in a year from now BUT I do know it will be somewhere great and doing something I love.
Competitions Results & Accomplishments:
3rd Place Women: 2012 Volcom Snoq PBRJ, 3rd Place Women: 2011 Brighton, UT PBRJ, 8th Place: Billabong Flaunt It (Mt. Seymour), 1st Place Women: 2010 The Feeders Rail Jam (Auburn)
2nd Place: 2010 Stevens Hoedown Throwdown
7th Place: 2010 Whistler Showcase Showdown
1st Place: 2009 JibThis (Snoqualmie) -
1st Place: 2009 Stevens Pass Open Season Rail Jam (Stevens Pass) -
2nd Place: 2009 Backyard Bang (Portland, Oregon) -
2nd Place: 2009 Hoedown Throwdown (Stevens Pass) -
6th Place: 2009 Burton Am Series (Snoqualmie) -
1st Place: 2008 Hoedown Throwdown (Stevens Pass)
What do you love about evo?
The culture and the community. The support.
EVO, Mervin (GNU), Stevens Pass, and Pow Gloves
Weapon of Choice?
GNU BStreet or BPro
What is your plan for 2013?
Splitboarding. I plan to take a lot of excursions into the backcountry (mainly the cascades), snap some photos of the glorious rides, compete in the North Face Masters event, and of course hit up a few local slope style and rail jam events. For me, 2013 will be all about exploring new territories and boundaries in both free riding and park riding. There are some bigger spins and more technical rail tricks I'd like to add to my bag of tricks. I think it's going to be a fun AND challenging year for my riding.