At just 16, Mia became Australia's youngest female skier to compete at a Freeski World Cup. Standing alongside the World's Top 30 Skiers, Mia is the future of Australian Women's Skiing and a daring, ambitious skier, with her sights set on X-Games and Olympic Gold.
Mia competed at her first World Junior's at 14, edging out some of the world's best skiers in the process. With Podiums in two World Cup Qualifying events in 2019, a Youth Olympic Games Final and a Series of US, NZ and European Podiums including 11 golds, Mia is a making a name as one of the most fearless female skiers on the world stage.
Despite suffering a broken collar bone, a broken nose and torn ACL, Mia went into the Youth Olympics Games in 2020 with just four days skiing under her belt, making finals against the best young skiers on the planet. A testament to her courage and talent.
Mia came from a small coastal town south of Sydney and grew up surfing the local beaches and skiing in one of the world's smallest ski resorts. She quickly discovered freeskiing and by the age of 13, was hitting 70ft jumps in Perisher’s front valley park alongside international skiers such as Russ Henshaw, Maddie Jones and Tom Waddel.
Mia is Coached by Mike Hanely (USA), a multiple Olympic & X-Games Gold Medal Winning Freeski coach, highly regarded as the best Freeski coach in the world.
Mia travels between Jindabyne, NSW, Wanaka, NZ and Salt Lake City, USA where she trains, films and re-defines what it means to be a professional female skier in a country without mountains.
Mia Rennie is exclusively managed by The Fordham Company.