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Chloe Kim

  • Date de naissance


  • Ville d'origine

    Torrance, California, USA

The 2018 Winter Olympics cemented Chloe Kim as the female face of both snowboarding and action sports. At age 17, with a score of 98.25 on her third and final run, Chloe became the youngest woman in history to win an Olympic snowboarding Gold medal.

She followed her record shattering Olympic season with a nearly undefeated 2018-19 winter. After winning five consecutive events, including her first World Championships Gold and her fifth X Games Gold, Chloe ended the season with a Silver Medal while riding on a broken ankle at the US Open.

Chloe has had just as much success off of the mountain as she has had on it, being featured on Forbes 30 under 30 list, TIME’s 100 list as well as TIME’s 30 Most Influential Teens list 3 years in a row and has been on the cover of Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated Kids and ESPN Magazine.   Additionally, Chloe has taken home four ESPY Awards, two Nickelodeon Kids Choice Sports Awards, and three Laureus World Sports Awards; a list of impressive accolades that landed her a fitting cameo in last year’s remake of Charlie’s Angeles.

After being accepted to Princeton University, Chloe took the 2019-20 season off from competing to focus on her education.
Her return to the slopes in 2021 was one for the books: a 6th X Games gold medal and a World Champion title in tow. One year later, she shattered records with a second Olympic Gold Medal at the 2022 Beijing Olympics.