Stale Sandbech

Stale Sandbech

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Country: Norway

Hometown: Oslo

Date of Birth: June 3, 1993

Stance: Goofy

Sponsors: Monster Energy, Oakley, Rome SDS, Absolut Park, Neon Wave, Huabei

Norway has produced some amazing riders over the years, and Stale Sandbech is one of Norway’s finest. A double threat, Stale has been known to throw down for his country in both slopestyle and superpipe. At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Stale’s runs in the superpipe made him the youngest Norwegian in the past 82 years to represent his country in the Games. Then, in 2014 Sochi Games, Stale brought home a silver medal in the Olympic debut of slopestyle. Recognized for riding it all, it is off gigantic kickers and in mid-air where Stale stands out best with his distinctly clean yet progressive style.

Norwegian shredder Stale Sandbech is a double threat, he kills it both superpipe and slopestyle.  This snowboarder was the youngest Norwegian to go to the Olympics in 82 years, when he represented Norway in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. In his second Olympic appearance, Sandbech won silver in slopestyle’s debut. Additionally, Sandbech has appearances and top-ten finishes at Dew Tour, X Games, and Burton Opens around the world.

Sandbech always has clean grabs, huge spins, and steady style. He’s a progressive rider with a lot of spirit and the talent to back it up.

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