Hannah Teter

Disciplines: Snowboard, SnowboardFrom: South Lake Tahoe, CA USA USABorn: 01/27/87

About Hannah

Six-time X Games medalist, Hannah Teter is the youngest ever winner of Women's SuperPipe. She may be just as well known for her Sweet Cheeks Panties and Hannah's Gold maple syrup, both of which support global charities. The only girl in the prolific Teter family of snowboarders, her brothers Abe and Elijah are both former X Games competitors. The carefree, easy-going rider is truly gifted -- she won gold in halfpipe at the 2006 Winter Olympics, earned silver in 2010 and took fourth in Sochi in 2014.

  • Teter, a six-time X Games medalist and at the age of 16 in 2004, she became the youngest ever winner of X Games Women's Snowboard SuperPipe. She is the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Gold Medalist in halfpipe and a member of the U.S. Snowboarding Team. She's dedicated to humanitarian issues and uses the profits of her maple syrup, "Hannah's Gold," to bring fresh water to a community in Kenya.

X Games Medal Count




X Games Competition History

X Games Aspen 2015 SBD SuperPipe7th
Winter X Games Tignes 2013 SBD SuperPipe4th
Winter X Games Aspen 2013 SBD SuperPipe5th
Winter X Games Aspen 2012 SBD SuperPipe3rd
Winter X 2011 SBD SuperPipe10th
Winter X 2010 SBD SuperPipe3rd
Winter X 2009 SBD SuperPipe3rd
Winter X 2008 SBD SuperPipe4th
Winter X 2007 SBD SuperPipe4th
Winter X 2005 SBD SuperPipe3rd
Winter X 2004 SBD SuperPipe1st
Winter X 2004 SBD Slopestyle15th
Winter X 2003 SBD SuperPipe3rd
Winter X 2003 SBD Slopestyle8th