Sage Kotsenburg


Snowboard, Snowboard
Park City, UT USA

Medal Count




Comp History

X Games Aspen 2015 SBD Big Air7th
X Games Aspen 2015 SBD Slopestyle5th
X Games Aspen 2014 SBD Slopestyle15th
X Games Aspen 2014 SBD Big Air8th
Winter X Games Tignes 2013 SBD Slopestyle5th
Winter X Games Aspen 2013 SBD Slopestyle13th
Winter X Games Aspen 2012 SBD Big Air10th
Winter X Games Aspen 2012 SBD Slopestyle2nd
Winter X 2011 SBD Slopestyle10th
Winter X 2011 SBD Big Air3rd
Winter X 2010 SBD Big Air6th
Winter X 2010 SBD Slopestyle5th

Other Competitions

Dec, 2014 Air & StyleSBD Big Air11th
Feb, 2014 Winter OlympicsSBD Slopestyle1st
Jan, 2014 Grand Prix of Snowboarding #1SBD Slopestyle2nd
Jan, 2014 Grand Prix of Snowboarding #2SBD Slopestyle2nd
Jan, 2014 Grand Prix of Snowboarding #3SBD Slopestyle1st
Dec, 2013 Beijing Air & StyleSBD Big Air2nd
Dec, 2013 Dew TourSBD Slopestyle6th
Dec, 2013 Grand Prix/FIS World Cup CopperSBD Slopestyle14th
Mar, 2013 Burton U.S. OpenSBD Slopestyle8th
Mar, 2013 FIS World CupSBD Slopestyle5th
Feb, 2013 Toyota Big Air ChampionshipSBD Big Air3rd
Jan, 2013 Grand Prix/FIS World CupSBD Slopestyle17th
2013 FIS World Cup Crystal GlobeSBD Slopestyle12th

Athlete Bio

Two-time X Games medalist Kotsenburg struck slopestyle Olympic gold at the 2014 Sochi Games, where he used style and creativity to best a triple-corking men's field. It was a surprise to everyone -- including Sage, who simply wants to snowboard on his own terms, contest or no. His own terms earned him an Olympic gold medal and worldwide fame after a post-Olympic media tour that included appearances on Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien and David Letterman. He also landed the cover of the January 2015 issue of Transworld Snowboarding. Kotsenburg calls Park City home and has his sights set on X Games gold in 2015; he has Slopestyle silver from 2012 and Big Air bronze from 2011.

You Don't Say?

  • Sage, the Olympic gold medalist in slopestyle at Sochi 2014, is an X Games 2012 silver medalist who also one bronze at X Games in 2011. He has two second-place finishes and a win in Mammoth at the final three Olympic qualifiers earned his spot on the 2014 U.S. Olympic team.