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

[post_page_title]Kaitlyn Farrington [/post_page_title]
Kaitlyn Farrington’s journey started on a cattle ranch in Idaho, where she started to ride horses from a young age. As Kaitlyn and her sister got older, the Farrington family started vacationing in the mountains, where Kaitlyn was introduced to snowboarding. By the time she entered high school, Kaitlyn was competing in professional competitions, and soon became the first woman to land a backside 1080 spin. Alongside numerous forays into the Winter X Games, Kaitlyn’s claim to fame came in 2014, when she won Olympic gold in women’s halfpipe in Sochi.

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