ATHLETES

DEREK LIVINGSTON

Derek joined the XSPEX team in December 2020. He has competed at two Olympic games, Sochi and PyeongChang for TEAM CANADA in Snowboard Halfpipe. Derek has also been National Champion and invited to compete in the DEW TOUR and XGAMES. He is currently ranked Number 1 in Canada. Learn More about Derek here: @dklivingston

MARK HENDRICSKON

Mark joined the XSPEX team in November of 2020. Gold Medalist at the World Cup Slopestyle event in Font Romeu France, Mark is a decorated senior member of Canada's National Slopestyle team. More about Mark here: @m0rkk

MAX MOFFATT

Bringing talent both on and off the mountain, Max joined the XSPEX team in August of 2020. Not only is max a talented slopestyle and big air athelte but he's an artist as well. Max designed his own signature MAX FURY EDITION goggle for XSPEX which is now available. Click HERE to see his amazing design.

Member of the Canadian Slopestyle Ski Team, Max has travelled the world skiing in Major events both Nationally and Internationally. Learn more about max by visiting @maxoffattt and @maxmotions

BRENDAN MACKAY

Made the switch from ski racing to freestyle when he was 10… he wanted a sport in which he could properly express himself.  Brendan made his World Cup debut in early 2013 with more success in 2018-19 when he earned two World Cup top-five finishes and broke into the top-10 in the overall World Cup halfpipe standings for the first time. In a pandemic-shortened 2020-21 season, he won silver in the only halfpipe World Cup event that season.. Mackay reached the podium in all three halfpipe World Cups in 2021-22, starting with a bronze in Copper Mountain before capturing back-to-back GOLD medals in Calgary to help him finish first in the overall world halfpipe standings.  Currently Brendan is competing at the Olympics in Beijing. 

Outside of the sport, he is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science with a double major in math and physics… Enjoys rock climbing, playing guitar, photography, hiking, camping, surfing

@brendanmackay