Hailey Langland is an American snowboarder who won a bronze medal in skiing at the Winter X Games XX. Hailey did summer training in 2017 with the American Skate Team at High Cascade Ski Camp. In 2018, she will have a “signing session” at High Cascade. She won a gold medal in the new Big Air event of the 2017 Olympic Winter Games, with a clutch performance in the dying minutes. She landed a cap twice, becoming the first woman to land a donkey in X-Games history. In addition to playing at the X Olympics, Hailey made her first Olympic appearance at the age of 17, representing the United States in a vile and sloppy style at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang.
American snowboarder who won gold in the Big Air event at the Winter X Games in 2017, the first year of the event's existence. She is also notable for being the first female snowboarder in X Games history to successfully land a double cork.
She grew up in San Clemente, California before moving to the city of Temecula.
She is a musician who plays guitar, piano and ukelele.
Her father was a sponsored snowboarder.
She competed against fellow American Jamie Anderson at the 2017 Winter X Games.
- United States Olympic snowboarder
- X athlete games
Latest information about Hailey Langland updated on May 25 2021.