Jamie Louise Anderson is an accomplished professional snowboarder from the United States. She is well knows as one of the best slopestyle riders. She is the proud winner of a gold medals in the 2014 Winter Olympic games; in addition to her other gold, silver and bronze medals in earlier events.Image Credit: Wintersportsfan
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Born on September 13th 1990 in South Lake Tahoe, California, Jamie Anderson grew up with seven siblings. She was only ten years old when she first tried snowboarding but Jamie immediately fell in love with it. Being homeschooled enabled her to spend most of her time on the slopes.
Jamie Anderson’s snowboarding career kicked off during 2006 to 2007 season where she won the Austrian Roxy Chicken Jam emporium, TTR 6Star Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships slopestyle, the Billabong slopestyle Jam, the Davos quarterpipe event, and the Abominable Snow man.
During the 2007 to 2008 season, Jamie Anderson won first place for the Garnier Fructis Australian Open, the Burton European Open as well as the Roxy Chicken Jam US. She placed second in the Roxy Chicken Jam Europe, the Nissan X-Trail Nippon Open and the Burton US Open. In the Chevy Grand Prix, Jamie was placed in the third position. Finally, this season she won the Champion title at the Women’s Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour.
Jamie Anderson had a strong start to the 2008 to 2009 season by winning the first half pipe of her career. She won both the slopestyle and halfpipe events of the 5-Star Burton New Zealand Open as well as first place wins at the Burton Australian Open, Burton European Open and Billabong Snowstock. For over 40 weeks, Jamie topped the rankings but unfortunately, she experienced an injury that lead to her finishing in third place during the Swatch TTR Tour at the end of the season.
At TTR World Tour from 2009 to 2010, Jamie Anderson won the 3Star Billabong Bro Down in Australia as well as the 5-Star Burton New Zealand Open slopestyle. As she consistently performed well at the Winter Dew Tour, Jamie was at the top of the Winter Dew Tour Cup Standings by the end of the season. At this time, Jamie also won the Roxy Chicken Jam US slopestyle title and won a spot on the podium at the Burton US Open slopestyle.
In 2014, Jamie Anderson established her position as one of the best slopestyle riders in this sport by winning the gold medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. This was also the very first time for slopestyle to be featured in the Winter Olympic Games. She also took home the silver medal in the 2014 Aspen Winter X Games.
At the Aspen Winter X Games, Jamie Anderson won the silver medal for slopestyle in 2015 and 2016 before going on to win the gold medal in the 2017 Winter X Games for dual slalom with another a silver medal for slopestyle. But at the 2018 Aspen Winter X Games, Jamie won a gold medal for slopestyle and a bronze for big air.
Not only is Jamie Anderson an accomplished athlete, she also gives back to the snowboarding community in various ways. She has been involved in the High Cascade Snowboard Camp by hosting a Signature Sessions at the High Cascade Snowboard Camp from 2009 to 2012 and 2014. Apart from that, the Jamie Anderson Foundation, established in 2013, has provided more than 30 young winter sports athletes with clothing, equipment, season passes and financial assistance to travel to the USASA national competitions.
Jamie Anderson has capitalized on her snowboarding expertise and accumulated sizable wealth. In all, we estimate Jamie Anderson net worth in 2018 at $4 million.