Date of birth:
Pemberton, BC Canada
Juliana Bicycles, Troy Lee Designs, Marzocchi Suspension, Joystick Bicycle Components, Smith Optics, Schwalbe Tires, Summit Sport Whistler, Orange Seal Cycling Products, MuscleMLK, CCNBikes.com, Revolution Strength & Conditioning,
Mountain Biking, Yoga, Running, Gymnastics
Favourite athletes:
Sam Hill, Tracey Hannah


I began my athletics career at a young age as a competitive gymnast, where I had the amazing opportunity to travel the world and represent Canada at several World Championships and Commonwealth Games.  After graduating from University, on a full NCAA Gymnastics Scholarship, I made my way to Whistler, BC where I was introduced to the world of mountain biking.  I immediately fell in love with the sport and the adventures that came with it.

With competition deeply rooted in my blood and an eagerness to explore new terrain and pit myself against the clock, I began racing Downhill just a few short years after being introduced to the sport.

I have found a freedom and thrill with mountain biking that is unmatched to any other sport I’ve tried!  The adrenaline of pushing past your limits and exploring new terrain all over the world is what continues to drive my passion.

Over the past few years I’ve had the chance to race with the world’s top female riders on the DH World Cup Circuit, obtaining consistent top 20 results.  This year I raced to a top 3 finish at the Canadian National DH Championships and I plan to keep the momentum going into next season!   This year I was also fortunate enough to venture into the world of Enduro Racing and look forward to more of this style of racing in the future.

Recently, I have been working on starting an All women’s UCI World Cup Downhill Team for the 2015 season and can’t wait to get things off the ground!

When I’m not racing, life is pretty busy – On top of riding I am also pursuing a professional accounting designation, working, coaching, training and simply finding adventure wherever life takes me!


  • 2012: 19th World Cup #5 – Windham, NY
  • 2012: 3rd Northwest Cup #3 – Port Angeles, WA
  • 2012: 2nd Western Open, DH – Golden, BC
  • 2012: 5th Canada Cup #2 – Panorama, BC
  • 2013: 15th World Cup #4 – Mont Sainte-Anne, QC
  • 2013: 5th Canadian National championships
  • 2013: 7th Crankworx Garbonzo D – Whistler, BC
  • 2013: 8th Crankworx Canadian Open DH – Whistler, BC
  • 2014: 3rd Canadian National championships
  • 2014: 5th Sea Otter Classic DH – Monterey, CA
  • 2014: 20th World Cup #4 – Leogang, Austria
  • 2014: 17th World Cup #6 – Windham, NY
  • 2014: 29th Enduro World Series #2 – Peebles, Scotland
  • 2014: 8th Crankworx Air DH – Whistler, BC

INTERVIEW 2014.09.15

What are you looking to accomplish?

I hope to showcase the passion and adventure that come along with racing and riding, and how riding can have such a positive impact on women!
I am striving for top 10 results on a World Cup level and aim at representing Canada at the DH World Championships.

"Jaime Hill"

What would be your greatest achievement?

Introducing more women to mountain biking and helping them achieve their riding and racing goals.
Capturing my first podium finish on the World Cup Circuit.
Starting an all Women’s UCI World Cup DH team for the 2015 season and beyond!

''Jaime Hill''

What is difficult about your sport?

Being a “privateer” can be challenging when travelling to race in other countries and unfamiliar venues. There is a large financial burden associated with travelling and competing abroad and technical race support is difficult to obtain. While I have been fortunate enough to have many amazing product sponsors to help with this burden, there are still many hurdles to overcome. It is all part of the journey though and many athletes in other sports face the same hurdles.

Down Hill and Enduro Mountain bike racing are not Olympic sports, so there is little funding available – Perhaps as both sports grown, this will change.

"Jaime Hill"

What is satisfying about your sport?

The amazing adventures you can have, powered by your own legs – My bike takes me to some sweet places!
DH racing is arguably one of the most exciting forms of competitive cycling! One chance for “Glory” – It can provide some of the greatest highs!

"Jaime Hill"
The thrill and adrenaline of riding a new trail, or hitting a new jump or feature you never thought you would!
The emerging discipline of Enduro racing also melds excitement with adventure and insane fitness requirements!
Being a role model for other female riders!

Where do you practice when alone?

In the Whistler Mountain Bike Park. Local trails in the “Sea to Sky Corridor” – spanning from trails in my own backyard of Pemberton, BC all the way to Squamish, BC and North Vancouver. Local pump track, and dirt jumps.

"Jaime Hill"

What do you do in your training that is key to your success?

Being focused and dedicated but also remembering that riding and training if FUN!

In the off-season I have a detailed weight lifting and cardio program consisting of 3 days of weight training and 3 days of cardio training. Yoga is also an important part of my training to keep the body limber and free of injuries.

XC and all-mountain rides are a huge component to my training regimen as well as regular sessions with a riding coach and time spent at the pump track.

Riding with other accomplished riders is also a great tool to improving speed, line selection and technique.

"Jaime Hill"

When are you the most nervous when competing?

Probably when conditions have changed drastically from practice to race time – With more experience though, this seems to get easier!

"Jaime Hill"

If I have had a bad crash in practice it makes dropping into to my race run a bit more nerve wracking – depending on the severity, it can sometimes be hard to remove this from the back of your mind.

Who would you say is your biggest fan and why?

My husband is probably my biggest fan…he was the one who first got me into riding and I know he is pretty stoked with how far I’ve come!

"James Hill"

What was the best advice you were even given?

Visualize success and success will follow. Always find the “silver lining” to a bad situation.

"Jaime Hill"

What are your future plans?

Create a successful All Women’s UCI world Cup DH Team for the 2015 season and obtain a top 10 result.
Represent Canada at the 2015 World Champs!
Increase involvement with community coaching especially as it relates to introducing mountain biking and racing to women.

"Jaime Hill"

What are your suggestions for those beginning now?

Have fun with it and be prepared for lots of ups and downs!

"Jaime Hill"