Torin Yater-Wallace

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Torin Yater-Wallace
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Personal information
Born December 2, 1995 (1995-12-02) (age 21)
Aspen, Colorado, U.S.

Torin Yater-Wallace (born December 2, 1995, in Aspen, Colorado) is a freestyle skier from the United States. He won a silver medal at Winter X Games XV in the SuperPipe, making him the youngest medalist in Winter X-Games history.[1] Torin is one of the best up and coming free skiers in the world[2] In 2013, he was coached by Geoff Stump.

At just 15 years of age, Yater-Wallace was the third-youngest male competitor in Winter X Games history.[3]

In early 2016 he bought a house in Basalt, Colorado.[4]

2016 Competition Highlights

1st Winter X-Games Europe Oslo Norway

2014 Competition Highlights

1st Olympics Sochi, Russia

2013 Competition Highlights [5]

2nd Winter X-Games Aspen, CO
2nd US Grand Prix Park City, UT
1st Olympic Test Event Sochi, Russia
2nd FIS World Championships Voss, Norway
1st Winter X-Games Europe Tignes France

2012 Competition Highlights [6]

1st NZ Winter Games Snowpark, NZ
2nd NZ Freeski Open Candrona, NZ
3rd Winter Dew Tour Ogden, UT
1st Winter Dew Tour, Killington, VT
2nd Winter Dew Tour Overall
3rd Winter X-Games Aspen, CO
1st Winter X-Games Europe Tignes, FR

2011 Competition Highlights [7]

2nd Winter X-Games Aspen
3rd Winter X-Games Europe, Tignes, France
2nnd Grand Prix Copper, CO

Film Segments

2013 'Partly Cloudy' – Level 1 Productions[8]
2012 ‘Sunny’ – Level 1 Productions[9]
2011 ‘Attack of La Nina’ – Matchstick Productions[10]

During the 2012 U.S. Grand Prix slopestyle competition, Yater-Wallace landed the first switch 1800 jump completed in competition[11]


Armada Skis & Outerwear [12]
Target [13]
Electric [14]
Kellogs [15]
Giro [16]
RedBull [17]
Monster Cables [18]

Social Media Torin actively posts updates on social media. Find him on Instagram, Twitter[19] Facebook [20]


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