Zoe Kalapos is one to watch in women's halfpipe.
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Zoe Kalapos Quick Facts
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Vail snowboarder Zoe Kalapos has been slaying the U.S. Revolution Tour since 2014, never finshing outside the top 10. She won the Mammoth Mountain stop in 2016 and also scored a seventh-place finish at the U.S. Grand Prix/FIS World Cup at Mammoth. Kalapos also won the 2016 USASA national halfpipe title; watch for her to make her mark on the elite ranks in the years to come.
Zoe first learned to ski at the age of two with her parents as her instructors at Boyne Highlands in Harbor Springs, Michigan. When Zoe was five, her father turned her on to snowboarding when he bought a snow making gun, a rail and a box, added some jumps and created a mini park in their backyard. Zoe and her brother Ian spent countless hours training on Mt. Kalapos. At age 10, Zoe began competing in the USASA Middle Earth series in slopestyle, boardercross and halfpipe. Two years ago Zoe decided to focus solely on riding halfpipe.
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