Hannah Teter (born January 27, 1987) is an American snowboarder from Belmont, Vermont. She is an Olympic champion, having won the gold medal in halfpipe at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy. She also won bronze at the 2005 FIS World Championships at Whistler, British Columbia, and has six World Cup victories in her career. In January 2010, Teter was named to the US Team for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. She won the silver medal in women’s halfpipe at the Vancouver Games.
Teter is also noted for her charitable work; in 2008 she founded a charity called Hannah’s Gold which raises money through the sales of Vermont maple syrup to help the children of Africa. The charity, in partnership with World Vision, helps to support the village of Kirindon, Kenya through building schools, digging fresh water wells, and providing water filtration. In 2009 Teter donated all of her prize money to the Kirindon program. She has also worked to raise money for Darfur and other causes, and is a spokesperson for Boarding for Breast Cancer.
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