Based in : Bromont, Canada

Born and raised near Bromont ski area, Max Parrot is a natural on mountains. First starting in alpine skiing, Max quickly switched from the family sport to snowboard when he was only 9. His 18th birthday marked the moment he was recognized as a professional, jumping on the podium at the X-Games.
In less than 3 years, he became World Snowboard Tour Big Air Overall Champion in 2014. The same year, Parrot got qualified as the top snowboarder in slopestyle and finished in 5th position at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. However, he didn’t miss the Olympic podium in PyeongChang 2018 with a final run that made him slopestyle silver medalist.

Making history one trick after another:

2013: Did the first backside triple cork in an X-Games Slopestyle event
2014: Landed consecutive triple jumps in a slopestyle run at the X-Games
2015: Accomplished the very first switch quadruple
2016-2017: Won back to back big air silver medals at the X-Games in Norway
2017: Landed the first ever switch quadruple underflip in a big air competition


Height/ 5'11
Shirt/ Medium
Waist/ 32
Shoes/ 9.5
Hair/ Brown
Eyes/ Blue
Canada's Tyler Nicholson catches giant air on the final jump of his third run to win a silver medal in the men's slopestyle competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Korea, Thursday, February 1, 2018.
COC Photo by Jason Ransom

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