Jamie Anderson has dominated the women's slopestyle scene since she stepped on the circuit at age 13 winning everything from the X Games to the Olympics.
The American snowboard slopestyle ladies earned two of three podium spots at X Games Norway on Friday, with Jamie Anderson (South Lake Tahoe, CA) earning silver and Jules Marino (Westport, CT) taking bronze.
Jamie Anderson scored her 11th Burton US Open podium on Friday, with a second-place finish on the challenging Vail slopestyle course.
Julia Marino took the World Cup win at the 2017 Jamboree by Videotron Mobile World Cup slopestyle event as Jamie Anderson finished second Sunday.
Julia Marino stomped her way to X Games Gold in the women’s slopestyle Saturday.
Jamie Anderson finished third at in Friday’s World Cup slopestyle event at the LAAX Open.
Jamie Anderson and Ryan Stassel landed on the big air podium at the Team USA Winter Champions Series.
Jamie Anderson was first as Hailey Langland was second in an abbreviated competition at the Winter Dew Tour Saturday.
Jamie Anderson talks with Team USA about PyeongChang 2018.
Jamie Anderson (South Lake Tahoe, CA) took home an ESPY Award Wednesday night for Best Female Action Sports Athlete.
U.S. Snowboarding stars Jamie Anderson and Chloe Kim have received nominations for the 2016 ESPY Awards after stellar 2015-16 seasons.
Chris Corning finished second in the final snowboard FIS World Cup slopestyle event of the season Sunday and secured the overall World Cup Slopestyle title.
It was an American sweep at the World Snowboard Federation’s Corona World Championships of Snowboarding slopestyle event, where Brandon Davis took the title for the men and Jamie Anderson won her second title of the week.
Jamie Anderson (South Lake Tahoe, VT) won the TTR Pro Snowboarding/WSF World Snowboard Federation’s World Championships of Snowboarding big air title in Yabuli, China on Sunday.
The American slopestyle snowboarders reigned supreme at the 35th edition of the Burton US Open of Snowboarding on Friday.
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Jamie Anderson has been collecting snowboard accolades since she first made turns at Sierra-at-Tahoe at the age of nine. She started on the USASA circuit and was picking up endorsements by the age of 10. She is now the most decorated slopestyle snowboarder in X Games history and an Olympic champion with her eyes set on a repeat at the Pyeongchang Games in 2018.
Jamie is one of eight children in her family, and she's not the only one to find success in snowboarding (she and sister, Joanie, both won gold medals at the 2007 X Games Aspen), but her passion has taken her to lofty places, including the top of the Olympic slopestyle podium at the Sochi Olympics in 2014. In the Olympic aftermath Jamie picked up two ESPYs--the award for Best Female Action Sports Athlete and Best Female U.S. Olympian.
The first woman to land a 1080 off a jump (Nine Queens, 2015), Jamie is know for her flawless style, grabs held all the way through her spins and stomped landings. We saw a lot of technical progression from her in 2016, despite starting the season with a broken collarbone. She says that she's ready to take women's snowboarding to the next level--to reach her full potential as an athlete. When someone as talented as Jamie Anderson decides to step up, best pay attention--it's going to be fun to watch.
A South Lake Tahoe native, Jamie first made turns on a snowboard at Sierra-at-Tahoe at the age of nine. She began competing on the USASA circuit and collecting sponsors by the age of 10. The fifth of eight children, Jamie and her sisters were homeschooled, which gave her the opportunity to be on the mountain most days. She was invited to her first X Games at the age of 13 and won her first pro contest at 15.
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Jamie is a student of Ayervedic medicine, an ancient wholistic practice. She's also a dedicated yogi--which she credits with keeping her grounded and helping her survive and recover from the crashes she takes as a professional snowboarder.
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