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      Hannah Teter won gold in her 2006 Olympic halfpipe debut and immediately did something with it. She started Hannah's Gold maple syrup, which benefits an impoverished village in Kenya. Four years later she added silver to her collection in Vancouver and stepped up her fundraising efforts for those in need with Sweet Cheeks Panties, her sassy underwear brand that donates 40% of its proceeds to feed undernourished children around the globe through Children International.

      A second-place finish at the Burton US Open in Vail in March 2013 began Teter’s full-throttle road to Sochi. She added a backside 900 to her extensive bag of tricks to start the 2014 season and landed second and third at the final two Olympic qualifiers to clinch her third U.S. Olympic Team spot. A fourth-place finish in Sochi, a mere 1.25 points shy of Kaitlyn Farrington’s gold medal run, has already fueled the fire for 2018. So be on the lookout for more big airs and stylish spins from Hannah Teter as she gears up for Pyeongchang 2018.

      In a family with three snowboarding brothers, the hand-me-down boarding habit was inevitable. Hannah started riding at age eight and took her first lesson at Okemo, VT, her home mountain.

      The bright-eyed rider lives in Tahoe, but spends a lot of time surfing in Costa Rica. Teter’s philanthropic initiatives are unparalleled in the action sports world. Her charity Hannah’s Gold has raised nearly $200,000 for an impoverished village in Kenya. Her line of underwear, Sweet Cheeks – Panties with a Purpose, raises funds for the charity partner Children International, which helps aid children living in extreme poverty. 




      Gold, HP, Torino, 2006
      Silver, HP, Vancouver, 2010
      4th, HP, Sochi, 2014

      X GAMES
      Gold, HP, Aspen, CO, 2004
      Silver, HP, Tignes, FRA, 2011
      Bronze, HP, Aspen, CO, 2012
      Bronze, HP, Aspen, CO, 2010
      Bronze, HP, Aspen, CO, 2009
      Bronze, HP, Aspen, CO, 2005
      Bronze, HP, Aspen, CO, 2003
      4th, HP, Tignes, FRA, 2013
      4th, HP, Aspen, CO, 2008
      4th, HP, Aspen, CO, 2007
      5th, HP, Aspen, CO, 2013
      7th, HP, Aspen, CO, 2015

      World Snowboard Tour Ranking
      12th, HP, 2014
      4th, HP, 2013
      8th, HP, 2012

      Bronze, HP, Whistler, CAN, 2005

      Six career World Cup wins in 17 starts

      3rd, HP, Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, Copper Mountain, CO, 2014
      2nd, HP, Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, Mammoth Mountain, CA, 2014
      3rd, HP, Sprint U.S. Grand Prix Mammoth Mountain, CA, 2014
      2nd, HP, Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, Park City, UT, 2010
      3rd, HP, Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, Mammoth, CA, 2010
      1st, HP, Sprint U.S. Grand Prix, Boreal, CA, 2009
      Overall champion, HP, 2004

      6th, HP, Burton US Open, Vail, CO, 2015
      4th, HP, Burton US Open, Vail, CO, 2014
      2nd, HP, Burton US Open, Vail, CO, 2013
      4th, HP, Burton High Fives, Snow Park, NZL, 2012
      6th, HP, Burton Canadian Open, Calgary, CAN, 2012
      7th, HP, Burton US Open, Stratton Mountain, VT, 2012
      2nd, HP, Burton U.S. Open, Stratton, VT, 2011
      2nd, HP, New Zealand Open, Cardrona, NZL, 2011
      4th, HP, Dew Tour, Snowbasin, UT, 2011
      1st, HP, Burton Australian Open, 2009


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