09/11/1980, Petite-Rivière Saint-François-Québec, CAN
1st Overall ranking world Cup 2013, 27 time on the podium in world Cup: 9 time 1st, 8 time 2nd, 10 time 3rd. 3rd at the Olympic Games of Turin in 2006
"It was my first season with Bollé and it was a real pleasure to join the most famous team in snowboardcross with Seth Wescott, Alex Chumpy Pullin, and Pierre Vaultier. I feel so good with the goggles which are a perfect fit with my helmet and the lenses offer the most beautiful brightness to anticipate the track even if the conditions are very bad. This is how I can summarize my first season which isn't the last!"
For the past four years Dominique Maltais has been an active member of Canada's National Snowboarding (High Performance) Team competing worldwide in elite snowboarding competitions. Proudly representing Canada in the Individual Snowboard Cross Division where she continues to capture numerous podiums. Dominique was born in Charlevoix, more specifically Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, a beautiful village located in the Québec province between the mountains and the St. Lawrence River. She feels fortunate to have grown-up at the foot of one of the most beautiful ski resorts, the Massif, where she was exposed to winter sports at a young age. Dominique has an enormous thirst for excitement and new discovery, hence her decision to master the art of snowboarding at a young age (a new extreme sport) rather than skiing.