2022 Winter Olympics: Things to know about Team USA snowboarder Shaun White

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American snowboarding legend Shaun White has already announced that the 2022 Winter Olympics will be his last.

White, nicknamed "The Flying Tomato" because of his red hair, has been a staple in the Winter Games since making his debut at the Turin Olympics in 2006.

"I'm going to give it everything I have for this Games, like I do every time, and see where the chips fall," White, 35, said.

Here are a few accomplishments he has earned throughout his career:

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1260: The double McTwist 1260, also known as "The Tomahawk," became White's signature trick in 2010. He performed the move after winning an Olympic gold medal in the halfpipe.

5: White made his fifth consecutive Olympic appearance. He has taken home three gold medals and narrowly missed the podium in Sochi 2014, finishing in fourth place in the halfpipe.

23: White is a 23-time medalist in snowboarding and skateboarding at the X Games, with 18 of them being earned at the winter edition.

100: At the 2012 X Games in Aspen, Colorado, White became the first boarder to score a perfect 100 in SuperPipe men's.

84: In January 2022, White's performance at the Laax Open in Switzerland helped secure his spot in this year's Winter Games. His best score was an 84 en route to his first podium finish since winning gold at the 2018 Winter Olympics.

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