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

[post_page_title]Gretchen Bleiler[/post_page_title]
If you’re a fan of halfpipe snowboarding specifically, you’ll probably know that Gretchen Bleiler is one of the best in the business. After strapping her feet to the board when she was just 11-years-old, Gretchen started competitive snowboarding four years later. As the first woman to land a Crippler (an inverted 540 degree spin) during a competition, Gretchen soon garnered worldwide attention for her talents, and later won the silver medal in the women’s halfpipe in Turin in 2006. Alongside this, Gretchen has won the gold medal four times at the popular Winter X Games.

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