Julia Marino is an American snowboarder who competes in the Big Air and Slopestyle disciplines. At the age of 18, she became the first woman to land a double underflip in the Slopestyle competition at the Winter X Games. She has also represented the United States twice at the Winter Olympics—once in Beijing and once in Sochi.
What is she up to now? Keep reading to find out!
Julia Marino Personal Facts – 2022 Update
Professional Snowboarder, Olympic Competitor
Julia Marino rose to fame after landing a Cab 900 double underlap in the Winter X Games in 2017. That same year, she also won a silver medal in the Big Air competition.
More recently, she represented the United States at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and took home the silver medal in the women’s snowboard slopestyle event.
Age – How Old is She?
She is 24 years old
Birthday/Date of Birth
Her birthday is on September 11, 1997
Place of Birth/Hometown
Julia Marino was born and raised in Westport, Connecticut. As far as we know, she still lives there to this day.
She is Caucasian
Julia Marino Height, Weight & Body Facts
How Tall – Height in Feet
She is 5’5 tall
How Tall – Height in Meters
She is 1.65 meters tall
Weight in Pounds
Her current weight is approximately 125 pounds
Weight in Kilograms
Her current weight is approximately 57 kg
Her body measurements are unavailable at this time
Her waist size is unknown
Her shoe size has not been disclosed to the public
Is Julia Marino Currently in a Relationship?
Julia Marino is said to be dating Jeremy Langevin, a fellow snowboarder and freestyle coach. Some sources even say that the two have tied the knot, however, this has not been verified by the athlete herself.
Julia Marino’s Boyfriends
At this time, we do not have any information on Julia Marino’s previous relationships.
As far as we know, Julia Marino does not have any sisters.
She has a brother named Mark Marino.
No, Julia Marino does not have any children.
Julia Marino attended St. Joseph High in Trumbull, Connecticut after graduating from middle school. She later spent a winter at the Stratton Mountain School, a boarding school for snowboarders and skiers, at the age of 14. By the time she was 15, she was training full-time in Colorado, where she completed her high school classes online.
As far as we know, Julia Marino has not gone to college. For now, it’s unclear what her future plans are.
For now, information on Julia Marino’s salary is unavailable.
Unfortunately, we do not have any information on Julia Marino’s net worth right now.
When she isn’t snowboarding, she enjoys gardening, skateboarding, and photography
Favorite TV Show
Favorite Music Artists
It goes without saying that her favorite sport is snowboarding. In addition to that, she also enjoys skateboarding and soccer. In fact, she was part of the girl’s soccer team as a teen prior to switching to snowboarding.
Born on September 11, she is a Virgo
This information is currently unknown
This information is currently unknown
Julia Marino’s Social Media Accounts & Usernames
Julia Marino’s Instagram Username
She has an Instagram account, where she has over 52K followers.
Julia Marino’s Facebook Account
She has an official Facebook page with over 3.2K followers, which she updates regularly.
Julia Marino’s Youtube Channel
As far as we know, Julia Marino does not have his own YouTube channel
Julia Marino’s Twitter Username
She has an official Twitter account, which has over 5,200 followers.
Julia Marino’s Snapchat Username
Julia Marino does not use Snapchat.
Other Interesting Facts:
- At the age of eighteen, she became the first female snowboarder to land a double in slopestyle competition; she later landed a second in the same run
- When she isn’t snowboarding in Maximise Park or at Breckenridge, she likes rolling around on four wheels
- She competed alongside fellow American Jamie Anderson at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi in the slopestyle event
She was forced to cover the Prada logo on her snowboard during the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics – it apparently violated the Olympic rules according to the IOC. Asked to cover the logo or use a new board, she chose to do the former
After winning the silver medal at the Beijing Winter Olympics, she crashed and fell during another event – some people say she might have been distracted by the logo controversy. She later posted on Instagram that she injured her tailbone; she subsequently withdrew from the games
- Last year, she won four medals at the X Games including two bronze, a silver, and a gold
- Growing up in Westport, Connecticut, she was just a few hours away from the ski resorts in Vermont
- As a young girl, she originally preferred skiing over snowboarding; it wasn’t until she broke one of her skis, and was forced to use a snowboard that she found new appreciation for the sport