Professional snowboarder Hannah Teter has two Olympic medals, including a gold in the Half Pipe in 2006, and she has medaled at the X Games seven times. In 2003, she
Team USA’s medal count is on the rise once again thanks to two women’s incredible snowboarding halfpipe performances. Kaitlyn Farrington won gold with a score of 91.75 on her second run, while Kelly Clark claimed the bronze with a 90.75 score, which put teammate Hannah Teter in fourth. Torah Bright of Australia grabbed the silver with a 91.50. The post US wins gold, bronze...
Via ArielleGold’s Instagram American snowboarder Arielle Gold, who was favored to win a medal, will not be competing in the 2014 Sochi Olympics after suffering an injury during training on Wednesday. A U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association spokesman confirmed the news. American’s will have to rely on Hannah Teter, Kelly Clark, and Kaitlyn Farrington during the final to bring home...
Hannah Teter of Belmont, Vermont will be one of numerous women competing in the Women’s Halfpipe event on Wednesday. Teter, 27, claimed the gold medal in the 2006 Olympics from Turin and finished second to Torah Bright in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. Below we take a look at some of our favorite photos from Teter’s social media accounts. Teter has had a Ben & Jerry’s...
Team USA snowboarder Hannah Teter captured this incredible photo atop one of the mountains in Sochi, Russia.
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