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Red Bull’s dubbed her the “Fresh Princess of Big Air,” and now, Blenders Entourage athlete and freeski wunderkind, Kirsty Muir, has carved her place on the front of the UK Winter 2022/23 Edition of The Red Bulletin, the company’s international lifestyle magazine.
Titled “High flyer,” The Red Bulletin feature details the sheer unlikelihood of the slope-star-turned-cover-star’s ascent in the sport. Most of Kirsty’s competitors hail from the likes of Canada, Norway, and France, all nations celebrated for fresh pow and proper mountains. Growing up in Scotland, Kirsty honed her craft skiing on dry slopes (artificial ski slopes that mimic snow through the use of stable materials). Despite this and training in her country’s famously mercurial weather, “Magnificent Muir” has blossomed into a young star that hasn’t finished outside of the Top 10 in a Word Cup competition since the beginning of last season. Indeed, her list of accomplishments is already seriously weighty for an 18-year-old:
Ahead of this past October's Big Air Chur event in Switzerland, The Red Bulletin spoke with Kirsty to better appreciate where she came from and where she’s headed; nailing down her origin story; learning the importance of well-timed music during take-off; and discovering her quest to dominate the Milano Cortina 2026 Winter Olympics in Italy, where she stands to become the first British skier to ever claim gold.