Red Gerard, the youngest Olympic gold medal snowboarder in history, joins World Cup skier Paula Moltzan on the #PoweredByHomeLight list
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., January 13, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — HomeLight, the real estate technology platform transforming the home buying and selling process for top realtors and their clients, today announced Gerard Red, the youngest snowboarding Olympic gold medalist in history, joins the #PoweredbyHomeLight list of outstanding current and former athletes.
American snowboarder and Olympic gold medalist, Red joins Paula Moltzan, an American World Cup alpine ski racer, as #PoweredbyHomeLight. In 2018, Red made history as the youngest snowboarder to win an Olympic gold medal, winning slopestyle at the age of 17. Red’s second place at the United States Grand Prix at Aspen and his Dew Tour win qualified him for a spot on the US Olympic Snowboard Team, and with it the opportunity to defend his gold medal at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
As part of the invitation-only spotlight series, HomeLight’s sponsorship enables current and former athletes to attend and compete in major competitions and events around the world and do what they do best: pursue their victory goals and devote themselves to skiing and snowboarding. community.
“This is an incredibly important season in my sporting career, and I wouldn’t be where I am today without the support of my team, coaches, family members and sponsors,” said Gerard Red. “Community is everything, which is why I’m grateful to be supported by a company like HomeLight that supports countless communities across the country.”
HomeLight has been proud to support building world-class teams for years. Since 2019, HomeLight has been the title sponsor of the HomeLight Killington Cup, the highly anticipated Women’s World Cup event on Thanksgiving weekend.
For the 2021-2022 season, in addition to sponsoring individual athletes, HomeLight continues its investment in skiing and snowboarding in the United States by sponsoring the HomeLight Foundation Series aimed at creating opportunities for emerging athletes. HomeLight Foundation Series events include the FIS NorAm US leg for alpine skiing and freestyle skiing, and the HomeLight US Revolution Tour for freeskiing and halfpipe snowboarding, slopestyle and big air.
“It’s no secret that Red has taken the snowboarding world by storm, and his passion and energy is infectious,” said John Van Slyke III, senior vice president of growth at HomeLight. “Red’s enthusiasm and dedication is what our team at HomeLight loves to see, whether we’re at work, partnering with our realtors to help people buy or sell homes, or supporting our athletes. “
For more on Red, visit @RedGerard on Instagram.
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