Alex Tuttle had a breakout performance at the 2014 X Games in Aspen, earning him a silver medal and a spot on the SBX A Team. (Getty Images/Doug Pensinger)
Olympians Nate Holland (in green) and Lindsey Jacobellis both took snowboardcross gold at X Games Aspen Friday, less than two weeks before heading to Sochi, Russia for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Trevor Jacob and Faye Gulini took the top spots and clinched the U.S. titles in the 2013 Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Canyons.
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Alex Tuttle has had quite a ride through the World Cup circuit with 23 World Cup starts since his 2009 debut. His non-stop work ethic has paid off with an X Games silver medal to his name and a steady rise to the top of the rankings. After his first career World Cup podium at Valmalenco, Italy, Tuttle proved he’s going nowhere but up.
Of the six World Cup events he raced in 2013, Tuttle advanced to nearly final. That included the FIS World Cup test event at the Olympic venue in Sochi, Russia, and the final World Cup of the season in Veysonnaz, Switzerland. In 2014, Tuttle continued to prove himself on the World Cup circuit and added an X Games silver medal to his list of snowboardcross accomplishments.
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