Peter Salzano: Famous Snowboards in the World That Will Inspire You
For an aspiring athlete finding the right inspiration is important so that even in a tough time you survive with the right support and role model that has inspired you says Peter Salzano.
Famous athletes are always an inspiration for others and the dream to achieve what they have is what inspires the aspiring athletes to work hard. As a fact these days the athletes are more famous than the celebrities, that is one more reason why the young generation is attracted more towards sports.
If we talk about sports like snowboarding which was once considered a sport of young athletes and is popular in selective countries, it has a high scope for the aspiring athletes.
With the intention of inspiring and supporting the aspiring snowboards, Peter Salzano has shared the list of some famous snowboards that are known for their contribution and achievement as “Snowboarders.”
If you are a follower of snowboarding you will definitely be familiar with the name of the famous athlete “Mark McMorris” and his achievements. If we talk about his achievements as a snowboarder he is holding 2 Olympic medals, 17 X Games Medals and 4 US open championship wins. Mark McMorris won the gold in the big air event and in the slope style event at the 2012 Winter X Games.
Shaun White is an American professional snowboarder, musician, and skateboarder. If we talk about his achievements he is a three-time Olympic gold medalist. He has also created a record for the most X-Games gold medals and most Olympic gold medals by a snowboarder. To add to his achievements he has won 10 ESPY Awards.
Maxence Parrot is a French Canadian snowboarder who has won two gold medals at the Winter X Games in the year 2014, one each in big air events and the slope style. He has also won various victories at other international events as well.
She is one of the best female snowboarders in the world. Jamie Anderson is an eight-time winner in the women’s slopestyle event at the Winter X Games. She won a gold medal sweep in the debut of the Olympic Slopestyle competition at the 2014 Sochi Games.
Hannah Teter is an American snowboarder, an Olympic champion who has won the gold medal in halfpipe at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy, and a silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. Hannah has also won a bronze at the 2005 FIS World Championships at Whistler and also has 6 World Cup victories in her career as a snowboarder.
These are the top five well-known snowboarders but the list is not yet complete. Chloe Kim, Scotty James, Ayumu Hirano, Louie Vito, Christian Haller, Danny Davis, Kelly Clary, Torah Bright, and Yuri Podladchikov are some famous names that have made snowboarding a popular sport with their achievement and hard work.
Peter Salzano says the intention to share the above-mentioned names was to set an example for the aspiring snowboarders. Reading about these famous athletes and their journey will motivate you to put in more effort and achieve your goal of becoming the best snowboarder.