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U.S. Ski & Snowboard Nominates Snowboard Team Roster For Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022

By U.S. Ski & Snowboard
January, 21 2022
Snowboard olympics

U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced today its nominations for the U.S. Olympic Snowboard Team to represent Team USA at the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. The nominations are to be confirmed by the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee when it formally announces the U.S. Olympic Team.

The 26 member U.S. Snowboard Team is one of the strongest teams ever nominated in halfpipe, slopestyle, big air and snowboardcross, and includes defending gold medalists Chloe Kim and Shaun White in halfpipe, and Red Gerard and Jamie Anderson in slopestyle. Kim, a 2018 Olympic gold medalist and the 2021-22 season’s undefeated halfpipe champion, heads to the 2022 Games as the heavy favorite. White comes in as a three-time Olympic gold medalist competing in his fifth and final Olympics. 2018 gold medalist Red Gerard is coming off two wins at the last Olympic tryout events, and two-time Olympic champion Jamie Anderson earned the top podium spot at the final tryout event at Mammoth Mountain.

Returning Olympians for the snowboardcross team include 2006 Olympic silver medalist Lindsey Jacobellis and 2014 Olympic bronze medalist Alex Deibold. The snowboardcross mixed team event will debut at the 2022 Games on February 12. 

Snowboarding has 11 events at the 2022 Olympic Winter Games, the majority of which will be contested in the Zhangjiakou Genting Snow Park, with big air taking place at the Big Air Shougang venue. 


(Name; hometown, birthday; club; past Olympics)


  • Chloe Kim, Torrance, California; 4/23/2000; Mammoth Mountain Snowboard Team (Olympics: 2018)
  • Maddie Mastro, Wrightwood, California; 2/22/2000; Mammoth Mountain Snowboard Team (Olympics: 2018)
  • *Zoe Kalapos, Vail, Colorado; 4/17/1997; Ski & Snowboard Club Vail
  • *Tessa Maud, Carlsbad, California; 10/10/2003; Mammoth Mountain Snowboard Team


  • Taylor Gold, Steamboat Springs, Colorado; 11/17/1993; Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club (Olympics: 2014)
  • Shaun White, Carlsbad, California; 9/3/1986 (Olympics: 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018)
  • Chase Josey, Hailey, Idaho; 3/31/1995; Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation (Olympics: 2018)
  • *Lucas Foster, Telluride, Colorado.; 9/17/1999; Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club



  • Jamie Anderson, South Lake Tahoe, California; 9/13/1990 (Olympics: 2014, 2018)
  • Hailey Langland, San Clemente, California; 8/2/2000; Tahoe Select Snowboard Team (Olympics: 2018)
  • Julia Marino, Westport, Connecticut; 9/11/1997 (Olympics: 2018)
  • *Courtney Rummel, West Bend, Wisconsin; 11/12/2003


  • *Dusty Henricksen, Mammoth Lakes, California; 2/2/2003; Mammoth Mountain Snowboard Team
  • Red Gerard, Silverthorne, Colorado; 6/29/2000 (Olympics: 2018)
  • Chris Corning, Arvada, Colorado; 9/7/1999; Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club (Olympics: 2018)
  • *Sean FitzSimons, Hood River, Oregon; 9/22/2000; Mount Bachelor Sports Education Foundation



  • Faye Gulini, Salt Lake City, Utah; 3/24/1992; Ski & Snowboard Club Vail (Olympics: 2010, 2014, 2018)
  • Lindsey Jacobellis, Stratton Mountain, Vermont; 8/19/1985; Stratton Mountain School (Olympics: 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018)
  • *Stacy Gaskill, Golden, Colorado; 5/21/2000; International Snowboard Training Center
  • Meghan Tierney, Rumson, New Jersey; 1/15/1997; International Snowboard Training Center (Olympics: 2018)


  • Nick Baumgartner, Iron River, Michigan; 12/17/1981 (Olympics: 2010, 2014, 2018)
  • Hagen Kearney, Telluride, Colorado; 11/6/1991; International Snowboard Training Center (Olympics: 2018)
  • Alex Deibold, Manchester, Vermont; 5/8/1986; Stratton Mountain School (Olympics: 2014) 
  • Mick Dierdorff, Steamboat Springs, Colorado; 4/30/1991; Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club (Olympics: 2018)
  • *Jake Vedder, Pinckney, Michigan; 4/16/1998; International Snowboard Training Center 

2022 U.S. Olympic PGS Team

  • *Robby Burns, Mount Shasta, California; 11/11/1990
  • *Cody Winters, Steamboat Springs, Colorado; 4/20/2000; Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club 

*Denotes first-time Olympian 

Watch Team USA compete on the networks of NBC throughout the Olympics, February 4-20, 2022. 


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Taylor Gold
I'm very stoked to make the Olympic Team again and especially to do it with some of the tricks and lines that originally drew me to snowboarding. Halfpipe riding is my art form and going in for my second time with more years under my belt, I feel like I've been able to develop my style and become the rider that I've always wanted to be. I'm grateful for the opportunity to express myself and what I love about snowboarding to the world.”

Red Gerard
"I’m feeling really good and ready to go to Beijing and snowboard my best. As far as our team goes, this is the strongest one I’ve ever seen for U.S. slopestyle. I had such cool peers during the last Olympics and they really watched over me, but the U.S. Snowboard Team is a different one this time, with new kids coming in. We’re all about the same age, so I think it’ll be a lot of fun and I'm hoping I can be the guy who they can put their trust in and ask me anything about the Olympics. The really cool thing over the past two years has been seeing all of us grow. It's about each of us, but it's also about this team and we’re all supporting each other nonstop to the top!"

Chloe Kim
Time seriously does fly! I can’t believe it’s already been four years! I’m so excited to represent Team USA in the Beijing Olympics. Thank you all for the continuous love and support on this crazy journey. I can’t wait!” 

Shaun White
"Every Olympics is different—how I went into Italy was so different than Pyeongchang. Right now I'm focused on training smarter, not harder. I’m listening to my body and knowing when to push and when to pull back."

Jamie Anderson
“I’m excited to be named to my third U.S. Olympic Team. There’s definitely a bit of pressure going back as the two-time defending champ, but I know I have already accomplished more than I could dream, so I’m just trying to enjoy the whole process, stay in the moment and be grateful for this opportunity.”

Sean FitzSimons
“It’s an absolute dream come true going to Beijing with a bunch of really good homies! Mind boggling! I never really expected it, but super stoked. I’m excited for good times in China.”

Nick Baumgartner
“I’m so excited to have earned the opportunity to represent Team USA, my family, friends and the Upper Peninsula in my fourth Olympic Games. It means the world to me to be able to continue to show people what is possible when you dream BIG, work hard and never give up.”

Tessa Maud
“I’m so excited to be named to the Olympic Team as I’ve been dreaming about this since I was a little girl. I can’t wait to be able to compete with all of my friends that I’ve made throughout the years. And I think this Olympics is going to be a very special one.” 

Chase Josey
“It means alot to be named to the Team this year, just to feel that all my hard work over the last few years had paid off. It’s an honor to represent Team USA again.” 

Dusty Henricksen
“It is pretty unbelievable honesty. I’m so so honored to have this opportunity to go represent for my family, friends and everyone who has helped to get me to this point and USA for sure!” 

Chris Corning
“I am very excited for Beijing. I have worked very hard to make it to this point and I am proud to represent the USA in the Olympics for a second time. I feel more confident going into this Olympics compared to 2018! I am ready to do my best and make America proud!”

Lucas Foster  
“It feels absolutely amazing to make the Olympic team and I’m stoked to go to Beijing with riders I respect and admire. Making this team has been a far fetched dream of mine since I was super young and watching it unfold these past few years has been pretty amazing.”

Hailey Langland
“I am super excited to be named to the Team and going to Beijing. I cannot believe that this is going to be the second time around that I’m going to go overseas and represent my snowboarding and my country and I’m super, super proud of that, especially the team that’s coming with me. I couldn’t be more excited that Red’s going with me as well as Jamie, and our friend Sean—I’m super proud of him for making the team as well. I think these Olympics are going to be really fun and I’m glad I get to do it with my best friends.”

Maddie Mastro
“I’m so excited that I have been named to the Olympic team, this will be my second Olympics and I’m so grateful for that. I’m just excited to go and snowboard, and I can’t wait to get over to Beijing and just represent snowboarding and my country.”

Courtney Rummel
“I’m so excited and honored to represent the USA, my family, friends, and Wisconsin at the Olympics. This is a dream come true and I want to thank everyone who has supported me! Team USA is unbelievable and I’m so proud to be a part of it!!”

Faye Gulini
“I’m honored to be representing Team USA in my fourth Olympic Winter Games. It never was easy qualifying for the team, and it certainly hasn’t got any easier. This season was especially challenging—our team is the strongest team I have ever been a part of, with only so many Olympic spots available. From 2010 (my first Games) to now so much has changed. From a rookie to a veteran and everything in between, but the goal and the dream remain the same. Let’s go Team USA!”


Mike Jankowski, Halfpipe, Slopestyle & Big Air Head Coach
“These riders absolutely represent the core of what it means to be a U.S. snowboarder. I am incredibly honored to be a part of this 2022 team behind the team, with certified legends Shaun White and Jamie Anderson, plus legends in the making Chloe Kim, Red Gerard and everyone on the team. And we are so grateful for all the families, communities and mountains around the country who have been a key part of their development. Let’s go Team U.S.A.!” 

Rick Shimpeno, Halfpipe Pro Team Head Coach
This halfpipe team is exceptional. We have two returning gold medalists and they are backed up by a host of very talented riders. We have the roster to head to Beijing and shake things up.” 

JJ Thomas, Halfpipe Team Coach
“I couldn’t be more proud of our Olympic halfpipe team this year. It’s a great mix of seasoned and decorated vets like Shaun and Chloe, mixed with young guns like Lucas Foster and Tessa Maud. I think we’re all in for a great two weeks in China!” 

Mike Ramirez, Slopestyle/Big Air Pro Team Head Coach
“It’s been an honor to watch this crew growing up in snowboarding and in life. This team’s strength lies in the constant pursuit of progression with fun as a priority. I feel blessed to be able to serve them in their quest to make our country proud and show the world how awesome snowboarding is.”

Dave Reynolds, Slopestyle/Big Air Pro Team Head Coach
“The U.S. Snowboard Team is looking great! We’re bringing back our two defending champions, plus we have a solid group of veterans with Chris, Julia, Hailey and an excited group of new riders including Dusty, Sean and Courtney. They’re all hungry and excited and as prepared as they can be going into these Olympics.”

Peter Foley, Snowboardcross Head Coach
“I’m really proud of this entire group of athletes and staff. I would be happy to have any of the U.S. athletes who have been competing for Olympic spots as a part of the team and it’s always so difficult that only four make the team. Like everyone these days, we have had to face all kinds of adversity this season, but we knew that going in and our focus has been about being the very best at overcoming adversity and using that to our advantage. I know we are taking some real contenders to China and that’s exciting!”


2022 Olympic Winter Games 

Snowboard Events Schedule

Saturday, February 5 - Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Training 

Sunday, February 6 - Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Finals and Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Training

Monday, February 7 - Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle Finals
Tuesday, February 8 - Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom Qualifiers and Finals

Wednesday, February 9 - Men’s and Women’s Snowboard Halfpipe Qualifiers and Women’s Snowboardcross Qualifiers and Finals

Thursday, February 10 - Women’s Snowboard Halfpipe Finals and Men’s Snowboardcross Qualifiers and Finals

Friday, February 11 - Men’s Snowboard Halfpipe Finals

Saturday, February 12 - Mixed Team Snowboard Cross

Monday, February 14 - Men’s and Women’s Snowboard Big Air Qualifiers  

Tuesday, February 15 - Men’s and Women’s Snowboard Big Air Finals


Sarah Emery
U..S Olympic Snowboard Team Press Officer 

Annie Fast
U.S. Snowboard Team Communications Manager