Chloe Kim from Torrance, California is a star athlete in the world of halfpipe snowboarding. Not only has she championed in X Games, World Cup, and various other competitions she has been a two-time gold medalist at the Olympics in 2018 and 2022. The only reason Chloe was not able to compete in the 2014 Olympics was due to the age restriction. Kim knocks on her snowboard twice ritually before every run because of the old saying of knocking on wood for good luck. Not only has she excelled athletically, but she has also excelled academically too. Attending Princeton University and fluently speaking three different languages. She decided to take a break from her academic prowess to focus more on snowboarding and her dedication has continued to pay off handsomely.
"I feel like amplitude is always the main thing for me!"
4 Things You Didn't Know About Chloe Kim
- 1. I knock on my snowboard twice before I start my run. Because snowboards are made from wood, so knock on wood, for good luck.
- 2. She was unable to compete at the Sochi Olympics in 2014 due to age restrictions.
- 3. Kim began studying at Princeton University in 2019. As of May 2020, she took a leave of absence to refocus completely on snowboarding.
- 4. A first-generation Korean American, she is fluent in French, English, and Korean.
Chloe Kim Wins Gold | Snowboard World Champs Halfpipe Aspen 2021
Chloe Kim Wins 2021 Laax Open Halfpipe
Chloe Kim’s 2nd Place Run in Women’s Halfpipe Final - 2019 Burton U.S Open
Chloe Kim’s First Place Semi-Final Run in Women’s Halfpipe - 2019 Burton U.S. Open
Chloe Kim Post Win Snowboard Halfpipe 2019 World Champs - Park City
Chloe Kim Wins Snowboard Halfpipe 2019 World Champs - Park City