Ellery Hollingsworth: Would You?

Ellery Hollingsworth: Would You?

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Ellery Hollingsworth: Would You?

Our Would You? this week was just featured on the front page of BNQT.com and placed 3rd at the US Snowboarding Grand Prix in Mammoth, CA.

She’s one of the top female snowboarders in the world, she’s really laidback and down to earth, and she’s definitely a hottie.  Our Would You? this week is professional snowboarder Ellery Hollingsworth.

Hollingsworth is a Connecticut native who, like most pro snowboarders, now calls the Salt Lake City area of Utah home.  Hollingsworth has been snowboarding since the age of five, and has a slew of big time sponsors including Gatorade, Oakley and Nixon.  Not to mention – she rips on a snowboarding, and she’s hot.

Pros: Really cool chick.  Anyone who lists Tom Petty and CCR as her favorite bands is a winner.  She can hold it down on the mountain and off. Traveling the world, leap frogging from ski town to ski town means you have to be ready to roll at a moments notice and able to keep it going till dawn – even when you’re jet lagged. Add in her genuine personality and girl next door looks, you have yourself a fantastic combination.

Cons: Unlike a lot of ladies in the Would You? spotlight,  Hollingsworth has kept it classy by avoiding the “modeling in skimpy clothes” route, preferring to let her snowboarding and her smile do that talking. Actually, that’s not a con – she’s definitely the type we’d be proud to show off to mama.

Ellery Hollingsworth: Would You?

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