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Max Parrot claims Olympic slopestyle gold, defeats Red Gerard

Canadian snowboarder Max Parrot took home the Olympic gold medal in men’s slopestyle on Monday just over three years removed from being diagnosed with cancer. Technically superior on his second of three runs, Parrot scored a 90.96 to hold off the field. He tossed his snowboard in delight after the final score was revealed.
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Why Olympic gold medalist Red Gerard always cheers for his opponents: Their success 'is just going to motivate me'

At age 21, Red Gerard is one of the world's few people who have prepared to defend an Olympic gold medal. But if you think he's feeling the pressure, think again. The Ohio native is set to compete in men's snowboarding slopestyle in the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, which begin next week. No matter what happens, he already made history four years ago: In 2018, Gerard became the youngest male U.S. Olympian to win gold in 90 years, when he took the top spot in men's snowboarding slopestyle at the Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
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Meet Olympic gold medalist Red Gerard

KUTV — The 2022 Winter Olympics are right around the corner!. Red Gerard is the talk of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. After winning a gold medal at the age of 17 at the Olympic Winter Games Pyeongchang 2018, he is ready for the new challenge!. Follow Fresh Living on...
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