Shaun White


Shaun White is a professional snowboarder and skateboarder from California, United States. He began his professional snowboarding career in the late 1990s, competing in various events and quickly making a name for himself as a talented and successful athlete. In 2002, at 16, he won his first Winter X-Games gold medal in the SuperPipe event and went on to win the event for the next several years.

In 2006, White won his first Olympic gold medal in the Men's Snowboard Halfpipe event at the Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. He then defended his Olympic gold medal in the same event at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. He also won a Bronze medal in Men's Halfpipe at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics.

Throughout his career, White has also won numerous other titles and awards, including multiple US Open, Winter X Games, and Dew Tour titles. He has also had a successful career in skateboarding, winning numerous" X-Games medals and a gold medal in the Skateboard Big Air event at the 2020 Summer X Games.

In addition to his athletic career, White is a successful entrepreneur with business interests in various industries. He has his own clothing and equipment lines, including his own signature snowboards and skateboard deck lines with Burton Snowboards and Burton Skateboard, respectively. He also has his own signature shoe line with Adidas.

White also has several business ventures outside of the action sports industry. He owns a record label called "Bad Things" and a few restaurants. He also has a partnership with Air + Style, a music and action sports festival, and invested in the company Air + Style Beijing, which owns the rights to the Air + Style event in China.

White is also an investor in various start-ups. He has invested in a mobile gaming company called “Achievable" a mobile app called “Wanderu" and a food delivery service called “Sprig.” He also invested in an alcohol delivery app called "Drizly" and an online health food delivery service called "Thistle."

White has also made appearances on television, such as a guest judge on the reality show Shark Tank in 2014 and as a mentor on The Big Shot with Bethenny in 2021. According to Celebrity Net Worth, White's net worth is around $40 million. His successful athletic career, business ventures, and smart investments have helped him to establish himself as one of the most successful and financially successful athletes in the action sports industry.