Jamie Anderson

Hometown: South Lake Tahoe, CA
Birthdate: September 13, 1990
Home Mountain: Sierra at Tahoe

2006  Gold Medal, Winter X Games, slopestyle
2007: Gold medal, Winter X Games, slopestyle
2008:  1st Place Burton European Open, slopestyle
2008:  2nd Place Nissan Nippon Open, slopestyle
2008:  2nd Place Burton US Open, slopestyle
2008:  Gold Medal Winter X Games, slopestyle
2008:  1st Place Roxy Chicken Jam
2007/2008:  TTR Overall winner
2008  1st Place Burton NZ Open, slopestyle
2008  1st Place Burton NZ Open, halfpipe
2008  1st Place Billabong Snowstock, NZ, Big Air
2008  1st Place Burton Australian Open, Slopestyle
2009  1st Place Winter Dew Tour, Mt. Snow, slopestyle
2009  2nd Place Nissan X Trail Open, Japan, slopestyle
2009  1st Place Winter Dew Tour, Northstar, slopestyle
2009  Transworld "Female Rider of the Year"
2009  Snowboarder Mag "Female Rider of the Year"
2009  BGOS Overall winner

Jamie Anderson entered the snow scene and the industry has flapped its lips with praise ever since. The media can't get enough of her unadulterated youthful attitude.  Judges are wowed by her unfathomable ability and Billabong loves her kick a$$ way of walking the planet.  Fact is, Jamie knows how to win better than anyone in her league. 

What Jamie has accomplished at such a young age is just not standard practice. Jamie (at 15 years old) made her first Winter X Games appearance in 2006, bumping Shaun White out of the history books as the youngest medalist in Winter X Games history. In 2007 she won her first women's slopestyle gold medal becoming the youngest female gold medalist.  She now has two slopestyle gold medals and she is the reigning 2007/08 TTR Women's Champ, accomplishments that establish her as one of the best female snowboarders in the world.

"With X Games; I was always like, "I just want to go and win the X Games,"and I did that, so I want to go to the Olympics." - Jamie Anderson

What Jamie is NOT is cocky. She is rooted in South Lake Tahoe with her friends and family. She is still in love with snowboarding. Her unharnessable talent will take her to the end of the world and back.

"I love bluebird pow days at Sierra with all of my friends; no photographers, no filmers, and pow runs in The Gates. Nobody rides there, so you can have powder for days. It's such a cool thing; we get to frickin' travel the world with all our friends, snowboard, go to parties, and ride powder. It's so awesome; we're really lucky!" - Jamie Anderson

Latest Blog Entries - JAMIE ANDERSON
05th Feb 2010
The conclusion of the Dew Tour marks the second consecutive event of Jamie and Jenny slope domination....
04.02.10 one of three to win