This list includes some of the best X Games snowboarders of all time in history. It consists of the gold, silver, and bronze variety the snowboarders own. The list includes both men and women in the top 20 X Games.

Scotty James

Scotty James is an Australian rider who won the SuperPipe gold at X Games Aspen 2019. Scotty has two gold 1 Silver and 1bronze from the last four X Games SuperPipe finals. For the past three years, Scotty has improved his riding skills. He has done this by kicking his training into overdrive to be on top of the game. Be on the lookout For Scotty at the X Games Aspen 2020.

Ayumu Hirano

Ayumu Hirano is a snowboard SuperPipe powerhouse holding two gold 1 Silver at X Games. Ayumu is also widely recognized for his two Olympic silver medals. In 2019 at the X Games Aspen competition, Ayumu won a gold medal of 99.00 score making him the future of snowboard. It’s the second-highest score in SuperPipe after Shaun White Again, ahem scored a perfect 100 at X Games Aspen 2012.

Shaun White

Shawn White is the most decorated snowboarder in X Games history with 18 medals,13 being gold. Shaun has eight gold and two silver in SuperPipe and 5 Gold 1 Silver and two bronze in slopestyle. Apart from snowboarding, Shaun White is also a skateboarder with two gold two silver one bronze from skateboard vert. Between 2008 and 2013, Shaun White won the Aspen SuperPipe competition six times consecutively. White is the only snowboarder that has scored 100 points in SuperPipe in 2012 X Games Aspen. Shaun White became the first rider to heat back-to-back double cork 1260s.

Lindsey Jacobellis

Lindsey is the second-best snowboarder after Shaun White in X Games. She has ten gold medals in snowboarder X from 2003 to 2016. Between 2008 and 2011, Jacobellis won 4 times in a row before blowing her left knee anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) at X Games Aspen 2012 practice. Lindsey has ten gold one silver won bronze in snowboarder X. She held the fourth position in 2003 and 2004, bringing her close in SuperPipe two times.

Kelly Clark

Kelly Clark’s retirement came as a blow to many from competition at X Games Aspen 2019. She has set the SuperPipe standard for almost two decades. She has 7 Gold 6 silver and one bronze. She ranks #4 on the top 20 X Games snowboarders of all times with the second most snowboard gold and medals. She is the first in women’s superpipe to bring the 1080s and paves the way for the future through her Kelly Clark Foundation.