Known for her high energy, adventurous spirit and driven personality, Nat Segal is much more than just a competitive freeride skier.
For six years Nat traveled the world as a top competitor in freeride skiing events, including the Freeride and Freeskiing World Tours.
After helping to spearhead the Shifting Ice and Changing Tides expedition to Greenland in 2014, for which she received a National Geographic Young Explorer’s Grant, Nat has branched out to focus on filming and producing creative content for film productions and outdoor brands.
Since then Nat has been involved and organised a series of film projects and ski trips including film shoots with Shades of Winter (2014) and My House Pictures (2016). Nat is currently working on a 60 minute documentary film titled Finding The Line with her sister Anna Segal (Olympian and professional freeskier) and adventure film maker Bjarne Salén, which will be released in 2018.
Nat spends her winters in Chamonix, France and when she is not skiing enjoys writing about her adventures, climbing mountains and plotting her next ski escapade.
2015 5th Freeride World Qualifier Series
2015 3rd Nendaz Freeride, FWQ 4*
2014 2nd Roldal Freeride Challenge, FWQ 4*
2014 1st Telluride Freeskiing Championships
2013 3rd Freeride World Tour, Revelstoke
2012 1st Whakapapa Xtremes, FWQ 3*
2012 2nd NZ Freeski Open, FWQ 3*
2012 1st World Heli Challenge, FWQ 3*
2012 3rd Freeskiing World Tour Championships
2012 1st Freeskiing World Tour Qualifiers
2011 2nd FWQ Export 33 Extremes, FWQ 4*
2011 3rd K2 Big Mountain Chill Series, FWQ 3*
2010 3rd Rip Curl Freeride Pro, Thredbo
2014 National Geographic Young Explorer Award
2013 Polartec Challenge Grant