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Gaon Choi

What were you doing when you were 14?

For most teenagers, this stage in life usually entails navigating the intricacies of high school and music tastes, but for South Korea’s Gaon Choi, it involves traveling the world as a professional snowboarder and winning an X-Games Gold medal.


In 2022, Gaon burst on the scene, raising eyebrows around the world as she became the youngest-ever women’s superpipe champion – a record held since 2015 – and the winner of South Korea’s first X-Games medal. She has a maturity to her riding rare for someone of her age – a winning combination of flow and technicality with a style that’s easy on the eye.


With her sights set on the 2026 Olympics, the future of women’s halfpipe is bright. 

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