Jamie Nicholls became the first British male snowboarder to win a World Cup event when he topped the men's slopestyle podium in the Czech Republic in 2016.
The Bradford-born athlete took up the sport aged seven at Halifax Ski and Snowboard centre, but by the age of 13 he was already considered one of the best UK snowboarders.
At Sochi 2014, Nicholls qualified directly for the final where he finished sixth overall.
In 2017, he claimed two more World Cup medals, winning bronze in the Czech Republic and silver in Italy – leading to selection for his second Olympic Winter Games.
At PyeongChang 2018, Nicholls missed out on both the slopestyle and big air finals as he finished eighth and 11th in his heat respectively.