Kristi Richards Autographed 8x10 framed photo
Kristi Richards (born October 27, 1981 in Summerland, British Columbia) is a Canadian freestyle skier from Summerland, British Columbia. She pariticipates in moguls.
In 2003, Richards won the Canadian championships and in the same year she won the Apex Mountain BC Nor-Am Cup. At the 2006 Winter Olympics, Richards finished in 7th place in the ladies' moguls.
Richards is a two-time recipient of the B.C. Premier's Awards.
At the 2007 Freestyle Skiing world championships in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy, Richards won the gold medal in the mogul competition, beating fellow Canadian and Olympic champion Jennifer Heil.
Richards was a member of the Canadian freestyle team that went to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Kristi Richards competed in the final of the moguls after finishing the qualifying run in 4th place. Richards landed her first jump and on her way to the second jump she lost control, lost a ski, and fell. Richards stood for a while and collected her thoughts, and to the cheers of the Canadians waiting at the bottom once again sped on her way to the second jump. There she landed a back full and completed her run to a screaming throng of Canadian fans at the bottom. However, due to her fall she finished in 20th place and last in the final.