Check Out: Iris Lazzareschi
Birth Date: 10/11/1986
Home: My dad’s house in North Lake Tahoe, California
Sponsors: Rome Snowboards, Holden, Smith, Thirty-Two, Superfeet, Celtek, Northstar-at-Tahoe, Full Throttle Tahoe
Results: First place Trans AM finals, first place Team Challenge girl’s rail jam, first place Hot Dawgz and Handrails
Film: Runnin on Hope/Synapsis Films
Who are your biggest influences?
1. My brothers.
2. My church and fellowship.
3. All my riding buddies.
What do you want to get out of snowboarding?
Amazing friendships, some crazy adventures, good hearty laugh sessions, and to take advantage of the opportunity to keep myself challenged as a person and an athlete.
What’s your favorite video part?
How about favorite video? Happy Hour.
What’s the worst trend in snowboarding?
Bad attitudes and complaining.
What’s one thing we don’t know about you?
No I didn’t earn it and I definitely don’t deserve it, but I am where I am only because of God’s grace.
What are three things you want to do before you die?
1. Keep my priorities straight and things in perspective daily.
2. Film with Standard.
3. Learn a second language, then a third.
What’s the sketchiest thing you’ve ever done on a chairlift?
Nothing too sketchy really, I just use them to get to the top of the run.
What’s one trick you wish you could do?
What’s one trick people should stop doing?
Iris Lazzareschi first blipped on our radar this past winter at Heavenly when she walked away victorious at the Team Challenge girl’s rail jam. Then we got wind and photos of her sending it over the summer at Mt. Hood from staff photographer Andy Wright. Andy expounds, “This girl Iris Lazzareschi was killing it at Hood. She sent a back one over the whole hip-dudes were barely making it and no other girl was even coming close. She’s the real deal and most definitely needs a check out”. That being said, this is Iris, check her out.-Evan LeFebvre
There’s a new girl in town and her name is Iris Lazz’. Speak of the devil, here she is lofting a massive backside 180 melon over the length of the HCSC hip, atop Mt. Hood, Oregon.