Sage Kotsenburg is an undeniable talent. At the tender age of 16, Sage won the 2009-10 Winter Dew Tour overall title in slopestyle. With incredible consistency and a level of technical ability that goes far beyond his years, Sage’s dizzying yet controlled slopestyle runs put the entire snowboarding world on high alert. Fast forward three X Games medals to 2014 where Sage put the stamp on his legacy. After a dizzying qualifying process to make the US Olympic team, Sage became Snowboarding’s It-guy for the year when he and his double cork 1620 Holy Crail took home the Olympic gold. But no matter how famous he becomes or how many accolades he acquires, he never forgets where he’s from. He’s been shredding the terrain at Utah’s Park City Resort since he was just 5-years-old, and lucky for him, he’s got a shred family. He grew up riding with his older brother Blaze, and younger sister Kirra, with his father acting as the ringleader often filming and traveling to contests, to support his sensational son. With his incredible support system, Sage can put 100-percent into his riding and when that happens, you better just stand back and watch the show.