Brenna Huckaby poses for a photo with her husband Tristan Clegg at Looking Glass Arch on June 8, 2019 in Moab, Utah.
Brenna Huckaby has two Paralympic gold medals, and this weekend she got to add another piece of jewelry to her collection: a wedding ring.
The Paralympic snowboarder wed her longtime boyfriend, Tristan Clegg, in an outdoor ceremony at Looking Glass Arch on Saturday in Moab, Utah. The two live in nearby Salt Lake City with their three-year-old daughter Lilah, who Huckaby says was “literally the star of the show” at the wedding. Huckaby’s teammate Brittani Coury created the flower arrangements for the ceremony.
The couple has been together for more than five years. Clegg was also a competitive snowboarder, and the two met while training. He proposed on top of Snowbird Mountain in Utah early in 2018.
There are millions of things I could say about yesterday but ultimately all I can say is thank you. Thank you to all of our friends and family who made the trip to celebrate. Thank you to countless family and friends who did yard work, set up, torn down, and made sure the day was perfect. Thank you to my parents for being the machine behind the machine making sure I could have the wedding of my dreams. Thank you to Tristan’s parents for raising the man of my dreams. Thank you to our friend Brendan for cooking for 300 guests. Thank you to @brittanicoury for creating our incredible flower arrangements for too many hours to count. Thank you to my maid of honor @emhazlip for keeping me relaxed and bustling my dress 1,000 times 😻 thank you to our best man @kpdoane who made sure Tristan had the best day ever. Thank you to our best friend @stafford_writer_musician for officiating our marriage. Thank you for Lilah, literally the star of the show. Thank you to Tristan to working his butt off so the day was gorgeous and for loving me unconditionally. Thank you to our friend Sam @gussillypants for being our killer DJ. Thank you to @maddyandtroyphotography for capturing the most epic pictures that I will continue to post literally forever. Thank you to our friend @truedemille for epic video. Guys these photographers & videographers went ABOVE AND BEYOND to capture our day and to make sure we were seen. Thank you to @justinalexander for making me feel like the most beautiful wife in the world. Lastly thank you to @theknot for making the process so easy. I’m so SO so happy. Thank you to everyone who made a speech and making me cry and thank you to everyone who came up to share our love. This day would not mean as much as it did without the support, help, and love. I am feeling beyond blessed. I guess I’m a Clegg now 🥰
“I’m so SO so happy,” Huckaby wrote on Instagram. “Thank you to everyone who made a speech and making me cry and thank you to everyone who came up to share our love. This day would not mean as much as it did without the support, help, and love. I am feeling beyond blessed. I guess I’m a Clegg now.”
Huckaby made her Paralympic debut at the Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, winning gold in both snowboardcross and banked slalom in the LL1 classification. She owns four world championship medals; gold in snowboardcross and silver in banked slalom from 2015, and gold in both from 2017. In 2018, she received an ESPY Award in the Best Female with a Disability category and later became the first athlete with a disability to pose in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit.