Jonathan William Moseley is an American freestyle skier and television presenter. He is the first person born in Puerto Rico to become a member of the U.S. Ski Team. He is also known for hosting three seasons of MTV's The Challenge, which was formerly known as Real World/Road Rules Challenge. He has also hosted four reunion specials for Battle of the Sexes, the sequel of Battle of the Seasons, Rivals II and Free Agents.
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About Jonny Moseley
Olympic freestyle skier who won America a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics in the moguls event.
He won a Junior National Skiing title in 1992, soon after joining the Squaw Valley Freestyle Ski Team.
He won his first major medal at the 1994 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.
He got married to Malia Rich on March 25, 2006, and the couple has a son named Jonathan Jr.
He was given the Key to the City by San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown .
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