We never expected someone born in the year 2000 to already be cleaning up on the world stage, but that’s exactly what Chloe Kim has done.
She first appeared on our radar at the Burton European Open, aged just 9. She was a force to be reckoned with in junior events (both slopestyle and halfpipe), before stepping up to the senior events in fine style. By 2014 she’d taken the World Snowboard Tour’s overall halfpipe title, and earned a silver medal at the X Games behind her hero Kelly Clark.
One year later she’d reversed the positions, topping the podium in Aspen and proving she has what it takes to be one of the all-time greats. Easily the most promising young halfpipe talent in the history of women’s snowboarding, we can’t wait to see what Chloe does for the sport in the years to come.