Since making his X Games debut as a 13-year-old, Shaun White has evolved into one of snowboarding's most recognizable faces.
His career in the sport has been filled with success, but it was his back-to-back gold medals at the 20 Winter Olympics that really vaulted him into a mainstream superstar.
It's that experience – which White admits he's never truly gotten over – fueling the So Cal native's competitive fire heading into the 2018 Winter Olympics.
They feature frequently, hanging from purses and appearing on camera out of nowhere.
Electro-rock music genre band Phantogram, Sarah Barthel, and Josh Carter are practically synonyms of each other. The duo has performed together at various occasions.
The singer met her band partner through her sister. Armed with a degree in visual arts, Barthel and Carter started creating music after she came out of college.
He was the first to learn the double Mc Twist 1260 (which he unveiled shortly before the Vancouver Games) and one of the first to land the cab double cork 1440 (a trick he attempted in Sochi but was unable to put down cleanly).
At the last contest of the 2016/17 season, White successfully incorporated both of those banger tricks into the same run, setting the stage for the season ahead.