Homebase: Mont tremblant, Canada
BEIM SKIFAHREN FÜHLE ICH MICH GLÜCKLICH UND LEICHT. ICH FÜHLE MICH KRAFTVOLL, OHNE JEGLICHE EINSCHRÄNKUNG. BESONDERS AUF MEINEN KASTLE-SKIERN HABE ICH DAS GEFÜHL, ALLES UNTER KONTROLLE ZU HABEN. MEINEN SPORT AUSZUÜBEN BEDEUTET FÜR MICH, MEINE GRENZEN ZU ÜBERSCHREITEN UND ZU WISSEN, DASS ICH KÖRPERLICH UND GEISTIG STARK BIN.
Justine started skiing at the young age of three. Justine had a lot of energy growing up, so when she was seven years old her parents enrolled her in a gymnastics program. This is where the young athlete fell in love with acrobatic sports. Justine had a great gymnastics career, ending it in 2017 as a level 10 gymnast.
In 2018, she tried out at the RBC Training Ground event where she met her coach Rémi Bélanger. This friendly competition jump-started her freestyle aerial career.
In 2020, she participated in her first World Cup tour. She managed to make a name for herself by competing in many finals. After the 2020-2021 winter season, she officially made the Canadian team.