Max is a strong athlete and he definitely has the makings one of the world’s greatest athletes!
Top world ranking snowboarder
Max Parrot is focus, goal-driven and efficient – he knows what he wants and he goes for it! He has never stopped racking up achievements since his tender childhood. As the 13 times X Games Medalist, he is the most awarded Big Air Medals athlete in X Game history!
2020 Gold X-Game Medal Winner
Max Parrot got back on his snowboard after 12 chemo treatments to compete at the 2020 X Games. He only had 2 months to prepare for this big competition. Although this might seem daunting, Max believed it was more than possible. He won Big Air gold at the 2019 X Games in Norway and won Slopestyle gold and Big Air silver at the X Games in Aspen in 2020.
The Winner of the 2021 Laureus World Sports Award
Winning this award was very special for Max Parrot! It is his biggest career achievement and a mark of recognition that gives him great pride. “The Laureus Academy told me they were inspired by my story and who I am as a person. This just spurs me on to accomplish so much more.” – Max Parrot
2018 Olympics medalist
Max Parrot’s main goal is to come out to every competitions he can and just perform at the height of his abilities. And indeed, he stood on the Olympic podium in 2018, winning silver in slopestyle at the PyeongChang Games.