Wayne Wong (born October 17, 1950) is a Canadian pioneer of freestyle skiing, and an inductee into both the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame and the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Wong is considered one most influential skiers of the 20th century, according to both SKI and Powder magazines. He is the inventor of the famous “Wong Banger” and starred in countless skiing movies.
^LeMond, Greg; Kent Gordis (1987). "The Greg LeMond Story". Greg LeMond's complete book of bicycling (1st ed.). New York: Putnam Publishing Group. p. 16. ISBN0399132295. Wayne Wong taught me a lot about skiing. One thing he especially recommended as an ideal off-season exercise was cycling. As a result, I started paying attention to my bike for a change.