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          Height
          6-2
          Weight
          190
           

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          After earning his first career World Cup podium at the Rosa Khutor Olympic test event (second) in 2013, Alex Deibold scored a bronze medal at his first Olympic appearance at Sochi in 2014. 

          Deibold has two more World Cup podium finishes: third at Lake Louise in 2013 and second at La Molina in 2015. 

          According to the man himself, you ride because "snowboarding is fun—and when you compete, you're pushed to improve whether you want to or not." A member of the U.S. Snowboarding snowboardcross team since 2004, Deibold is gearing up to qualify for his second Olympic team--the one headed to Pyeongchang in 2018. 

          FIRST TRACKS
          Alex has been hooked on snowboarding ever since his Mom gave him a purple and green Burton Air 128 for Christmas at the age of four. He said he loved hitting jumps so much that, at age eight, he had to enter a slopestyle contest. He won. 

          OFF THE SNOW
          When he’s not riding, Deibold enjoys anything outdoors–from mountain biking, backpacking and rock climbing to surfing. In the off-season he works at The Sports Garage--a bike shop in Boulder, CO.

           

           

          Highlights

          OLYMPICS
          Bronze, SBX, Sochi, 2014

          X GAMES
          2005-07, 2010-12, 2014-16
          4th, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2012

          FIS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
          Teams: 2007, 2011, 2015
          15th, SBX, Arosa, Switzerland, 2007

          FIS WORLD CUP
          47 World Cup starts, 15 top-ten finishes and three podiums.
          2nd, SBX, La Molina, SPA, 2015
          3rd, SBX, Lake Louise, CAN, 2013
          2nd, SBX, Sochi, RUS, 2013

          OTHER
          3rd, U.S. SBX Championships, 2007