Seppe Smits is a Belgian snowboarder who has specialized primarily in big air, halfpipe and slopestyle. On February 18, 2007, Smits won his first FIS slopestyle event in Kopaonik, Serbia. He made his first trip to the World Cup podium in 2008/09 when he took third place in Big Air in Stockholm.
At the World Snowboarding Championships in 2009, Seppe took a somewhat surprising silver medal in Big Air, having been bettered only by the experienced Finn, Markku Koski. He also wowed the judges with his tricks at the 6Star Billabong Air & Style 2009 in Innsbruck, Austria, taking the title.
In the London Freeze contest -- the first for the 2011 season of the LG Snowboaard FIS World Cup -- Seppe took a solid third place. The World Championships in 2011 in La Molina, Spain, were nearly perfect for Seppe, as he finished third in Big Air and earned an amazing win in Slopestyle.