Jamie is one of eight siblings, who were raised to love the outdoors. Since they were home-schooled, they got to spend almost every day on the mountain.
Her sisters Joanie and Stacie were her biggest inspiration in her early days on the hill.
Jamie Anderson worked her way up the USASA and Junior ranks until, at 15, she became the youngest man or woman to ever win an X Games medal.
Since then she's gone on to win medals in slopestyle nearly every time she competed, including the XXII Olympic Winter Games when she lived up to the expectations claiming a well-deserved Gold and becoming the first ever woman to win an Olympic slopestyle title.
The regular rider from South Lake Tahoe stands out with her style, versatility and the talent to throw down when forced to.
She has an incredible trick repertoire in the rail sections and is able to send some of the biggest and cleanest spins when hitting the jump lines. In addition, her competitive character helps when aiming for another podium.