On a spring weekend in Main Park you’ll find Chloe Kim training in the 22ft halfpipe or lapping Chair 6 with her friends (sometimes even her Dad!). Chloe started coming to Mammoth six years ago to train with our own Ben Wisner and Team, she’s now a force to be reckoned with in the pipe with a bag full of tricks and an impressive competition record to match. In 2014 Chloe qualified for the Olympics in Sochi, but was too young to compete – she was 14. Fast forward to 2016 at just 16 years-old Chloe is now a three-time XGames gold medalist, making her the youngest XGames medalist in history. This winter she became the first American woman to win the Youth Olympics Games, and was part of a historic American podium sweep –on her home turf –during the Mammoth U.S. Grand Prix. To top things off, Chloe became the first female to land back-to-back 1080's in the pipe, landing her a perfect score of 100 in the U.S. Grand Prix.
Favorite run on Mammoth Mountain
Really depends on the day!
Park or Powder
I love both! Park is so much fun on really nice sunny days and powder is great on snowy days!
Favorite Mammoth Moment
Probably my first pow day. I've never ridden real powder before since I grew up riding a place that didn't have pow. It was really scary but when I figured it out it was the best thing in the world!
Favorite spot to eat in Mammoth
Main Lodge has really good food!
What brought you to Mammoth
I think the halfpipe made me go to Mammoth even though it was 6 hours away from my home. It was definitely worth it!
Chloe Kim wins Silver in Snowboard SuperPipe
Chloe Kim scores a 94.33 in her third run in the Women's Snowboard SuperPipe final at X Games Aspen 2014 and wins silver.
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