Jamie Anderson has has built a reputation as one of the best female snowboarders in the world, winning a record 19 X Games medals since she was 15 years old. This past season, Jamie went undefeated in Slopestyle and claimed SNOWBOARDER’s “Triple Crown” by taking gold at the three biggest events of the year: X Games, Dew Tour and US Open. She was also named the 2020 Women’s Rider of the Year.
Known for her snowboarding style, amplitude and strength, Jamie led the U.S. medal sweep with a gold medal at the first-ever Olympic Slopestyle competition at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games and successfully defended her gold medal in Slopestyle at the 2018 Winter Olympics Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. Jamie also took the Silver medal in the Olympic debut of Big Air Snowboarding, earning her second medal of the Games and making Olympic history as the first female snowboarder to earn two gold medals and the first female snowboarder to win two medals at a single Olympics.
Jamie was born in South Lake Tahoe, California into a family of eight children. Her passion for the outdoors began early, since her parents homeschooled Jamie and her sisters and urged them to spend their days outside exploring nature. Jamie began snowboarding at the age of nine, and went on to become the most decorated rider in Winter X Games history.
In 2016 and 2017, Jamie had record setting seasons, earning two World Championship titles in Big Air and Slopestyle and finished in 1st place at the Olympic Snowboarding Slopestyle Test Event in South Korea, Winter X Games, US Grand Prixs, Quebec Big Air, US Open, New Zealand Winter Games, European Open and LAXX Open. Jamie also took home her fourth ESPY award for Best Female Action Sports Athlete, reinforcing her spot at the top of women’s snowboarding.
In 2015, Jamie partnered with other female snowboarders to create a multi-year film project, Full Moon. The all-female snowboard documentary showcases the past, present and future of women’s snowboarding. 2016 was one of her best winters to date ending her season with two World Championship titles in both Slopestyle and Big Air and claimed the crystal globes for overall freestyle snowboarding. Jamie has her sights set on the 2022 Olympic Games where she plans to compete for the U.S. in Slopestyle and Snowboard Big Air.
In addition to her many career wins, Jamie has been giving back to the snowboarding community through her participation in a multitude of camps as well as her active hand in non-profits that promote mindful purchasing and charities assisting those in need all around the world. Always looking to use her platform for positive contributions within her community, Jamie collaborated with her old middle school to develop a sponsorship program for gifted children who would like to snowboard but lack the funds to do so. Outside of snowboarding, Anderson practices yoga and works with Protect Our Winters (POW) in the fight against climate change.
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