MEET OUR ATHLETES
Our athletes have a desire for discovery, thrive in the outdoors and unabashedly live life anchors up.
HOMETOWN: Monterey, CA
Brita Sigourney has brought home two medals from the Winter Games in freeskiing. Brita was the first woman to ever land a 1080 in a competition halfpipe run and won the bronze in the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang. Brita’s hobbies include hiking, camping, swimming and water polo.
HOMETOWN: Pittsburgh, PA
Tom Wallisch was one of the most electrifying slopestyle skiers in the game. After getting his name out with a series of ski video edits, he amassed a huge freeskiing following and caught the attention of major ski film companies and was onto several productions. Wallisch has racked up multiple X Games medals, AFP slopestyle titles and Dew Tour podiums. When he’s not skiing, he spends time wakeboarding, skating, mountain biking and going to the beach.
HOMETOWN: Royal Oak, MI
Kyle’s snowboarding career began at age seven, when his dedication led to a sponsorship from Burton. In 2010, he won the Burton Open Junior Jam which helped propel him into the contest circuit. Mack won the US Open in Men’s Slopestyle in 2016. He has since competed in Dew Tour, Grand Prix, FIS World Championships, and the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games, where he won a silver medal in Men’s Snowboarding Big Air.
HOMETOWN: Syndey, Australia
Rob Machado is not just one of the world’s greatest surfers; he’s a living icon who continues to redefine what it means to be a professional surfer. Known for his zen-like flow on land and in water, Rob was a top competitor on the World Tour with 12 tour victories, 3 US Open of Surfing Championships and a Billabong Pipe Master Championship. Since his departure from the World Tour, Rob co-founded The Rob Machado Foundation, receiving numerous accolades for his conservation efforts and contributions to the planet.
HOMETOWN: Lake Tahoe, CA
Jamie Anderson is one of the top snowboarders in the world and the most decorated rider in slopestyle history. Jamie gave the U.S. a gold-medal sweep in the first Slopestyle competition at the 2014 Sochi Games and has medaled at each of her X Games slopestyle appearances since 2006. During the 2019/2020 season, Jamie went undefeated in Slopestyle and claimed SNOWBOARDER’s “Triple Crown” by taking gold at the X Games, Dew Tour and US Open. She was also named the 2020 Women’s Rider of the Year.
HOMETOWN: Bordentown, NJ
From the day Ishod stepped on a skateboard he was hooked. As soon as the industry figured out his potential, he quickly went from being an unknown skater to reaching professional status from Real Skateboards. Two years later, he was awarded skateboarding’s highest honor, Thrasher Magazine's Skater of the Year. Ishod truly is a gifted skateboarder with an unmatched work ethic and more love for the board than anyone. Today, you can find Ishod skating in the Vans Park Series and Street League.
HOMETOWN: Maui, HI
Hailing from Maui, Kemper spent a childhood looking up to the greatest Hawaiians from the generations before him. With no lack of motivation, Kemper is known as a hard-working young surfer ready to charge. He was crowned the WSL Big Wave World Champion in 2017 & 2018, and his numerous XXL Big Wave Awards include the 2017 and 2020 Rides of the Year.