Chas Guldemond is a strong, seasoned slopestyle competitor and one of the hardest-working riders in the business. Originally from New Hampshire, Chas began snowboarding at age 9 and entered his first contest by age 10. He worked numerous side jobs to pay for snowboarding before he started earning prize money. Chas humbly broke into the professional scene with a 2nd place finish at the US Open in 2006 and had the first backside 1260 on film with Standard Films “Draw The Line” film. Chas then went on to podium just about every major event in snowboarding and established himself as one of the biggest threats in the sport for many years to come.

Guldemond’s goals through snowboarding are “to put a positive impact on the youth, showing them if you put your mind to something, you can accomplish your dreams”. When not mentoring the US rookie squad, he’s busy being a father to his son Rocky whom is nearly 4 and already turning down the mountain like his daddy.

Transitioning from his Competitive snowboard career Chas has taken the time to become an Certified Personal Trainer though NASM and has completed a 15 week education course at B Project training Facility.  Chas has also taking his mentoring to the next level by becoming a certified life Coach.

 

Career Highlights:

Us open 2009 champ
2009 open world tour champion
2009 halfpipe and slope Asian open champ
2009 gold x games
2011 artic challenge champ
2011 Toyota big air champ
2012 world champion slope
2014 us olympic team member
2014 Dew tour champ