Snowflake is a member of the Snowballs. They are also the captain of the team.
Snowflake grew up in Hailfern, a small city on the northeast coast of North America. They lived in an acacia log house on Snowflake Slope, a ski slope that their parents named after them. They attended the local school where they met future teammates Snowstorm and Snowblast through the school's snowtubing club. When Snowflake was older, they founded the school's ski team which practiced on their family's slope and competed throughout the region.
The ski team were once competing in the regional finals in Blancouver when Snowflake received news that their parent had died in an avalanche. They dropped out of the competition and returned home. Snowstorm and Snowblast reached out to the other teams to raise support for Snowflake. The Blancouver team, headed up by Snow and Snowy, donated their fundraising proceedings from hosting to Snowflake and their other parent.
Snowflake dropped out of school and of the team to help their parent run the ski lift. Several months later, the Blancouver team visited Hailfern for a competition. Snowflake attended to support their old team. They were visited by Snow, Snowy and Snowstorm where the reminisced about their previous competitions. They went out onto the slopes and spent the day rolling together and promised to meet up again.
As Snowflake got older, their parent kept supporting them in their marble sports endeavors and they eventually rejoined the ski team. After they gradated, they attended the University of Snoronto along with Snow, Snowy and Snowstorm. They went on to compete with each other in marble sports, naming themselves the Snowballs. They became rivals with the university's other major team, the Gliding Glaciers who came from the island city of Glidavik.
The Snowballs became one of the most popular university teams on the continent which led to them getting an invite to Marble League 2016. The Snowballs started off Marble League 2016 by earning themselves one point in the first event, Balancing and a technical bronze medal in Event 2, the Relay Race, due to a defect in their lane. However, the team only earned eight more points throughout the remaining events and finished in a disappointing fourteenth place. Snowflake earned one point in the Sand Rally and helped the team win 2 points in Precision Slalom.
The team returned for the Marble League 2017 Qualifiers with high hopes. However, even though the team managed to earn 13 points in the first two events, they failed to get any in the final two events, finishing joint 13th with the Kobalts, missing out on qualification for Marble League 2017. The team convened after their failure and decided to, after watching some of Marble League 2017, to get some more practice by competing as an exhibition team in the MFC Championship League which they had heard about from the Balls of Chaos. During this time, the Arctic Corporation built the Arctic Circle stadium and training facilities for the team. During the fall of 2017, Jelle and Dion Bakker as well as Greg Woods visited the stadium during their world tour. They liked the stadium so much they offered the Snowballs the chance to host Marble League 2018. The team accepted and automatically qualified for the competition, becoming the first team to host a Marble League.
The team recruited Snowblast to be their reserve member for the start of the Marble League 2018 Friendly Round, a new exhibition tournament for the pre-qualified teams. The team won the tournament, coming first in two of the three events.
The Snowballs started Marble League 2018 with a 4th place finish in Event 1, the 5 Meter Ice Dash but fell apart in Event 3, the Halfpipe, coming in last place. By the end of the 4th event, Bobsled, the team was in 13th place. However, a bronze medal for Snowflake in Speed Skating followed by the team's first gold medal in Team Pursuit and a fourth place finish in the Snow Rally moved the team into second place. The team stayed in the top half of the standings for the rest of the tournament and earned 30 more points in the final events finishing in seventh overall. However, their successes were marred by tragedy when a blizzard caused an avalanche destroyed the Arctic Circle and severely damaged the team's training facilities during a break before the final event. The IMC decided to move the final event, the Sand Mogul Race to the Bakker Bowl.
Their troubles continued into the Marble League 2019 Qualifiers. In the first three events they only managed to earn seven points and sat in eighteenth, Snowflake earning 4 of them in the Funnel Race. In the final event, the Underwater Race, Snow came in eighth earning 11 points but it was not enough to qualify. The team finished in 18th overall. Afterwards Snowflake made a comment suggesting the conditions were unfair, which drew scrutiny from the Oceanics who were hosting Marble League 2019. The team dropped the charges after being advised to by the Royal Family of Snoronto who had negotiated with the Royal Family of Dunduei on the topic.
When the Marble League Showdown 2019 was announced, the Snowballs started training in their newly repaired training facilities. The team did extremely well, winning three medals, one in every event apart from Collision, winning the overall competition and securing their place in the Marble League 2020 Qualifiers. The medals were a bronze in the Sand Rally, a gold in the Funnel Race and a silver in Balancing.
Snowflake's performance as team captain has come under sharp criticism by fans after their poor performance in Marbula One (in comparison with teammate Snowy, who finished second in the individual standings), and for a very poor performance in the final event of qualifiers for Marble League 2020, which was responsible for the Snowballs just missing out on qualifying for Marble League 2020.
|Marble League 2016||Balancing||Team||8th||254 cm||1|
|Team Pursuit||Team||9th||25.55 sec.||0|
|Precision Slalom||Team||6th||18 pts||2|
|Quartet Diving||Team||10th||31.77 pts||0|
|Marble League 2017 Qualifiers||Relay Race||Team||8th||10.71 sec.||5|
|Block Pushing||Team||16th||52.0 cm||0|
|Marble League 2018 Friendly Round||Curling||Team||4th||-||1|
|Marble League 2018||Halfpipe||Team||16th||26.58 sec.||0|
|Speed Skating||Individual||3rd||30.77 sec.||15|
|Team Pursuit||Team||1st||30.93 sec.||25|
|Ice Hockey||Team||10th||Heat Loss||6|
|100 Meter Water Race||Water Race||Individual||21st||DNF||-|
|Amazing Maze Marble Race 2018||Maze||Team||23rd||Heat Loss||-|
|Marble League 2019 Qualifiers||Funnel Race||Individual||15th||56.35 sec.||4|
|Block Pushing||Team||17th||90.0 cm||2|
|Relay Race||Team||19th||13.63 sec.||1|
|Marble League Showdown 2019||Collision||Team||6th||Quarterfinal Loss||6|
|Marbula One Season 1||O'raceway Grand Prix||Individual||6th||5:25.36||8|
|Hivedrive Grand Prix||Individual||14th||5:44.21||0|
|Greenstone Grand Prix||Individual||13th||6:09.62||0|
|Razzway Grand Prix||Individual||13th||5:38.55||0|
|Marble League 2020 Qualifiers||Balancing||Team||9th||344 cm||11|
|Block Pushing||Team||5th||62.9 cm||15|
|5 Meter Sprint||Individual||20th||5.497 sec.||0|
|Marble League Showdown 2020||Relay Run||Team||4th||9.049 sec.||9|
|Black Hole Funnel||Duo||8th||79.59 sec.||4|
|Marble League Winter Special||Bobsled||Team||15th||7.915 sec.||1|
|Ice Hockey||Team||8th||Quarterfinals Loss||8|
* Due to a track defect, the Snowballs were awarded a technical bronze medal.
- Stynth (11th January 2020). RetRollSpective – Snowballs. Marble Sports.