Devin Logan her competitive skiing career as a junior in 2010. She was the winner of a silver medal at the 2012 Winter X Games in the slopestyle contest. In late 2012, Logan suffered a severe knee injury, with a torn ACL and MCL and two microfractures, requiring surgery. Logan recovered from the injury, taking home a silver medal in the first ever Olympic slopestyle competition held in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Logan scored 85.40 in the event.
During the 2015 season, Logan had two podium finishes in Grand Prix events and won the halfpipe at the Canadian Open Championship. During the 2016 season she dislocated her shoulder.
Logan was awarded the overall crystal globe for the most consistent skier over International Ski Federation (FIS) freestyle events. Logan was the first freeskier to win the award. At the time of the award, Logan was also the only woman to have competed in both Slopestyle and halfpipe.