Shaun White flies like a superhero in high-quality snow pants. The two-time Olympic gold medal winner for the halfpipe took part in the U.S. Grand Prix in Snowmass, Colorado, where, according to USA Today, no other rider scored in the 90s. The fateful run was White’s final of the day, and he was placed ninth in the standings before he went out and flipped through the air, landing a 1440 and two 1260 double corks. If he didn’t have the run he did, there’s a chance he might’ve missed the Olympics for the first time in his career.
— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) January 13, 2018