Top U.S. snowboarding olympic female athletes in real life

[post_page_title]Elena Hight [/post_page_title]
Born in Hawaii, snowboarding wasn’t the first sport Elena was introduced to – but a move to Lake Tahoe helped her interact with the snow and the mountains, and form her love for the sport. At just 13-years-old, Elena was already making waves in the world of competitive snowboarding and had become the first ever woman to land a 900 (two and a half spin) during a competition. However, the record-breaking didn’t stop there. In 2013, she became the first ever person to land an impressive double backside alley-oop rodeo, which is a prestigious snowboarding trick.

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