Moving to Whistler from his hometown, Rebagliati went on to join the Canadian and US Amateur Snowboard Championships. His first place finish in both competitions were just the start of his winning streak. After turning pro in 1991, a Ross Rebagliati appearance won the gold medal at the Mount Baker Banked Slalom a year later and the US Open in 1994. That same year, he competed in the European championships in Germany and brought home the gold, making him the first non-European to win the European Championships.
In 1996, a Ross Rebagliati appearance in the World Cup helped him to the Super G and Giant Slalom race titles. In 1997, he again won in the Giant Slalom. A year later, he took first prize in the Giant Slalom of the World Cup. And in 1998 Winter Olympics, Rebagliati won gold in the Giant Slalom, making him the first ever to win Olympic gold for the sport.
**Ross Rebagliati Speaker**
Want to know what Rebagliati is busy doing aside from conquering winter? The list of Ross Rebagliati speaker topics goes beyond snowboarding. He also likes to discuss his extensive charitable works, including granting the wishes of children through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
**Ross Rebagliati Appearance**
The Ross Rebagliati appearance in the July 14, 2008 edition of Sports Illustrated is a featured, full-page spread of Rebagliati’s life since winning the first Olympic snowboarding gold.
**Ross Rebagliati Endorsement**
The Ross Rebagliati endorsement of snowboarding quickly helped make the upstart winter sport an international sensation.
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