Chloe Kim

Snowboarding

Served as envoy

  • 2017  –  South Korea

Chloe Kim is an American snowboarder. Currently, she is World, Olympic, Youth Olympic, and X Games champion in the halfpipe and the first to win the title at all four major events.

At the 2018 Winter Olympics, she became the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding gold medal when she won the gold in the snowboard halfpipe at 17 years old. She is a 4x X Games gold medalist and the first woman to win two gold medals in snowboarding at the Winter Youth Olympics.

She began snowboarding at the age of four and began competing 2 years later before beginning training in Geneva, Switzerland from eight to ten. She joined the US Snowboarding Team in 2013 at 12. In 2018, she was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2018.

Faye Gulini

Snowboarding

Served as envoy

  • 2015  –  Kyrgyzstan

Faye Gulini first started riding at Snowbird, UT when she was nine years old. She didn’t wait long before taking to the snowboardcross course, racing in her first SBX event at age 10 in Jackson Hole, WY. Five years later Gulini moved to Vail, CO to pursue her Olympic dream. Gulini’s ascent to success was then swift, as she landed the results she needed for a spot on the 2010 Olympic snowboardcross team.

Gulini then rode well enough in 2011 to earn a spot on her first World Championships team in both snowboardcross and slopestyle. A top 10 at the X Games Aspen in 2011 and a third at U.S. Champs cemented Gulini as a key influence in the sport. A knee injury in 2012 put her season on hold, but then she soared into second at the 2012 Canyons Resort Sprint U.S. Grand Prix. She followed up in 2013 by landing five World Cup’s top 10s, including an eighth at the Olympic test event in Sochi, and taking the U.S. title at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Canyons.

The 2014 Olympic season saw Gulini qualify for her second Olympic snowboardcross team after her top-10 World Cup finish at Lake Louise. A sixth-place finish at the X Games Aspen geared her up for Sochi, where she pulled out her best Olympic finish to date, landing just off the podium in fourth.

The 2015 and 2016 seasons brought on more successful results on the World Cup circuit and two top-ten finishes at the X Games, including a career-best, fifth-place finish in 2016.

Erin Constock

Snowboarding

Served as envoy

  • 2010  –  Armenia

Respected, resilient, and eminently stylish, this snowboard industry veteran is one of the few women to have graced the cover of Transworld Snowboarding magazine, not to mention clocking film parts in more videos than you can shake a shredstick at. Yep, Erin Comstock is a high-profile rider who gets much love from the media for her über-smooth park riding and keen powder prowess (as well as that dazzling smile of hers). As such, she’s an inspiration to any female pro rider looking outside the “contest-pro” box in search of making a living as a legit “film pro.” La La Land, See What I See, Vans’ Lucid Dreams, Park City’s I Ride Park City and City. Park City, Roxy’s Labor Of Love—these are just a few of the film titles that include Erin in their rider roster, and there’re undoubtedly many more to come.
A natural born athlete and true child of the mountains, Erin grew up in Lake Tahoe riding every single day. She played soccer at San Jose State University, before transferring to the University of Utah and the nearby shred playground of the Wasatch Mountains. Erin has called Salt Lake City home ever since, where she can be found in equal parts riding the city’s urban rail offerings, polishing her tricks on Park City’s jump and jib line, dropping into the Utah backcountry, and of course, boarding planes for exotic snowboard locales around the world.

After suffering a broken collarbone in the fall of 2008 that kept her off the snow until February of last season, Erin has a new appreciation for the confidence that comes with good health and mindset. She spent the summer fine-tuning her physical and mental game, shredding it up at her High Cascade Signature Session at Mt. Hood, and getting her ducks all in a row for ’09/10. Says, Erin, “I’m lining up the film crew I’ll be working with this year and I’m so excited for another season of riding!”

Amber Stackhouse

Snowboarding

Served as envoy

  • 2010  –  Armenia

Amber Stackhouse is a Renaissance woman whose list of talents goes far beyond her skills on a snowboard. She’s been a sponsored pro rider for a decade now—but she’s also a self-made filmmaker with a keen sense of the creativity and community involved in snowboarding. With that said, Amber’s growing into a new role here at Roxy. Amidst a hectic schedule of shredding her heart out, she’ll also be heading up the filming, production, and direction of the ’09/10 season’s Roxy Snow web videos (she produced and co-directed last season’s Roxy Snow podcasts, too).

Originally from the Northeast wilds of Portland, Maine, Amber first stepped on a snowboard in 1995 and quickly fell in love. Her passion for the shred took her west to Mammoth, where she honed her smooth riding style along with a lethal set of park and powder skills, before moving to her current home of Salt Lake City. Amber was at ground zero when the women’s snowboarding movement exploded in the early 2000s, and sick of seeing the talent around her going undocumented, she decided to do some documenting of her own. In 2004, she co-founded Misschief Films and released two groundbreaking all women’s snowboard movies (As If and Ro Sham Bo), followed by the production of Roxy Snow’s team movie Labor Of Love.

A fiercely loyal friend who is always down for the crew, Amber’s continually on a mission of self-improvement. She spent the ’09 summer in Sweden gaining an in-depth knowledge of film and camerawork to put to use during the winter. “At the moment I’m more interested in capturing and conveying the riders as individuals, as well as their snowboard skills,” she says. “It’s the bigger picture, so to speak.” We can’t wait to see what this talented lady creates, both on snow and on film.

Justin Reiter

Snowboarding

Served as envoy

  • 2015  –  Kyrgyzstan

Justin Reiter is an American snowboard coach and former snowboarder. He is also a ten-time national champion. He won a silver medal in the parallel slalom at the 2013 FIS Snowboarding World and was selected for the 2014 Winter Olympics, where he was the only American male to compete in the parallel slalom and parallel giant slalom. He had 100 starts in the FIS Snowboard World Cup and scored four podium finishes, including a win in Moscow (2015). His win in Moscow made him the first American to win in a parallel competition in a decade.

In 2016 he filed suit against the International Olympic Committee in 2016 to save parallel slalom, which had been dropped from the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic program. In September 2017 he announced his retirement. Subsequently he took up coaching: among the snowboarders he trains are Michael Trapp, Robby Burns and Ester Ledecká.