American snowboarder Hannah Teter is an Olympic champion, who won the gold medal in halfpipe at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games held in Torino, Italy. Besides, she was one of four American athletes chosen to model for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in a section devoted to Winter Olympians in 2010.
Hannah Teter Bio; Age, Parents, Siblings
Hannah Teter was born on 27 January 1987 in Belmont, Mount Holly, Vermont, United States. She is the youngest of five children of Jeff Teter and Pat Teter. Her father worked as a town road foreman and her mother in Mount Holly, North Carolina. Similarly, her mother works as a nurse at Springfield Hospital. Both her parents were skiers and later converted to snowboarding by their children.
Teter grew up with four elder brothers; Abe, Elijah, Amen, and Josh Teter. Her brothers Abe and Elijah competed for the US Snowboard team. Meanwhile, her brother Amen is her agent and manager with the Octagon Agency.
Early Life; Education, Height, Weight
Hannah started snowboarding at an early age of eight at her home mountain of Okemo. She became the World Junior Halfpipe Champion at the age of 15. Afterward, she began riding on the FIS Snowboard World Cup circuit and became fourth in her first World Cup halfpipe event at Valle Nevado, Chile in September 2002.
The snowboarder attended Okemo Mountain School in Ludlow, Vermont. She stands at her height of 5 feet 7 inches and maintained a body weight of about 135 lbs (61 kg).
Her Career Achievements; Olympics
Hannah competed at the Winter X Games, winning bronze in 2003 and later won gold in 2004. Moreover, she won bronze at the 2005 FIS World Championships at Whistler, British Columbia.
Teter won the Olympic gold medal in halfpipe, beating US teammate Gretchen Bleiler in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy. For her accomplishment, the United States Olympic Committee named her the USOC SportsWoman of the Year.
During the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, she won the silver medal in the women’s halfpipe. Furthermore, she was one of four American athletes chosen to model for the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She modeled alongside snowboarder Clair Bidez, and skiers Lacy Schnoor and Lindsey Vonn for the issue. In the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, she finished fourth in the Halfpipe event.
How Much Is Hannah Teter’s Net Worth?
Well, the talented snowboarder has made big earnings from her career achievements. She comes in the rank of one of the highest-earning professional snowboarders.
Apart from her career earnings, she makes remarkable money from brand endorsements. She now enjoys the net worth of an estimated $1 million.
What Happened To Hannah Teter & Johnny Bananas?
Hannah was in a relationship with reality Johnny Bananas, born Johnny Devenanzio. Johnny, aged 38 is the winner of reality shows The Island, The Ruins, Rivals, Battle of the Exes, Free Agents, Rivals III, Champs vs. Stars, and Total Madness. He was a contestant on MTV’s The Real World: Key West.
The duo reportedly started dating in 2012. After their five years of relationship, they parted their ways in 2017. Meanwhile, the news regarding the leakage of their private pictures and videos were surfaced in the media. However, they did not make any comments on the leakage of their pictures and videos.
Her Dating Status Now
The 36-year-old is rumored to be dating a guy named Luke Johnson. Luke often shares pictures of snowboarding and surfing on his Instagram with more than 1k followers.
The duo is often tagged on each other’s Instagram posts. Nevertheless, they are yet to confirm their relationship.
Previously, she was in a relationship with Eli Lieberman. They even appeared in numerous events together including the ESPN Magazine’s 2006 summer party. However, they ended their relationship after years of dating.
Some Interesting Facts About Hannah Teter
- Hannah is involved in charity works and founded Hannah’s Gold Foundation in 2008.
- She won the ESPY Award for Best Action Sports Female in 2006.
- In 2005, she appeared in a snowboarding documentary named First Descent, alongside Shaun White and Norwegian snowboarding legend Terje Håkonsen.
- Moreover, Teter and her brother Abe were featured in the 2006 documentary Snow Blind.
- She and Tawnya Schultz authored an instructional snowboarding book named, Mastering Snowboarding, published in 2013.
- Her brother Abe was diagnosed with an aggressive form of skin cancer called Basil Cell Carcinoma in 2017.