Kelly Sildaru

Freestyle

Kelly Sildaru (born 17 February 2002) is an Estonian freestyle skier.

Sildaru won a gold medal in the slopestyle event in the 2016 Winter X Games beating Tiril Sjåstad Christiansen. With this win, at age 13, Sildaru became the youngest gold medalist to date at a Winter X Games event, and the first person to win a Winter X Games medal for Estonia.

Kelly Sildaru is the youngest to win 2 gold medals in X Games.

Sildaru has won the women's slopestyle on the 2015 and 2016 Dew tour.

During the Big Air competition of the 2017 Winter X Games Norway Sildaru became the first woman to ever land a Switch 1260° Mute and a 1440° during a competition.

Facts

Date of birth
17.02.2002
Nationality
United States
Motto
Have fun!
Disciplines
Freestyle
Hobbies
Golf, Longboarding
Website
www.sildaru.com
Top results

2018

FIS Junior World Ski Championships Halfpipe & Slopestyle Winter Games New Zealand

X Games gold in Slopestyle (Aspen) 2016 & 2017

2017 1st World Cup Slopestyle Cardrona NZ

2nd World Cup Halfpipe Cardrona NZ

 

 

Rider's Videos

Interview

1. Favorite Dalbello Boot
Chakra 85
2. What do you use this boot for?
For freestyle skiing
3. How long have you been riding for Dalbello?
From the beginning.
4. What age did you start skiing? 
2 years old
5. Biggest breakthrough in your ski career
Have won winter Xgames twice

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