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Olympic Men’s Snowboard Big Air Final Sees Most Riders Ever Land 1800s As Sport Progresses Rapidly (Forbes SportsMoney) When the dust—or snow spray—had settled on the men’s snowboard big air final Tuesday, seven riders had landed an 1800, an upper-limits snowboarding trick involving five full rotations. 

Here’s How Much Olympic Snowboarding Star Chloe Kim Is Making From Endorsements (Forbes SportsMoney) Chloe Kim was one of the faces of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Games, winning gold at just 17 by becoming the first female snowboarder in Olympic halfpipe history to land back-to-back 1080s—three full revolutions in the air. Then she broke her ankle at a 2019 competition and decided to take a break from the sport, enrolling at Princeton. As she grappled with depression and the burden of unfair expectations, her snowboarding hiatus stretched to nearly two years.

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