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Nevada-born freestyle skier David Wise can't even remember a time in his life when he wasn't a skier. He started hitting the slopes at the age of three, tagging along with his father and two sisters at the Sky Tavern, just outside of Reno. By the time he turned 11, Wise convinced his dad to let him join a rad freestyle ski team. Early on, he tested his skills in moguls, aerials, big air, and slopestyle events, but as time went by, he found himself drawn to the halfpipe. Even though it's known to be intense and extremely risky, Wise feels it's the most fulfilling discipline of them all. Even though he initially fell in love with halfpipe and slopestyle, he decided to pursue free skiing as a full-time career. This meant giving up his dream of becoming an Olympian, as halfpipe wasn't an Olympic discipline back then, and there was no guarantee it ever would be. However, it eventually gained recognition and in 2014, he won the gold medal in the very first Olympic men's halfpipe event. Since then, he has continued his winning streak by dominating every other halfpipe competition he entered. His strong record also includes numerous victories at the Winter X Games and the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

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David Wise
  • United States
Date of Birth : 1990-06-30
Favorite Flavor: Zero-Sugar Ultra Sunrise

Nevada-born freestyle skier David Wise can't even remember a time in his life when he wasn't a skier. He started hitting the slopes at the age of three, tagging along with his father and two sisters at the Sky Tavern, just outside of Reno. By the time he turned 11, Wise convinced his dad to let him join a rad freestyle ski team. Early on, he tested his skills in moguls, aerials, big air, and slopestyle events, but as time went by, he found himself drawn to the halfpipe. Even though it's known to be intense and extremely risky, Wise feels it's the most fulfilling discipline of them all. Even though he initially fell in love with halfpipe and slopestyle, he decided to pursue free skiing as a full-time career. This meant giving up his dream of becoming an Olympian, as halfpipe wasn't an Olympic discipline back then, and there was no guarantee it ever would be. However, it eventually gained recognition and in 2014, he won the gold medal in the very first Olympic men's halfpipe event. Since then, he has continued his winning streak by dominating every other halfpipe competition he entered. His strong record also includes numerous victories at the Winter X Games and the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.

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