Three years ago, no one believed this slopestyle snowboarder from Canada would win an Olympic gold medal. Max Parrot went through chemotherapy treatments for six months to fight the Hodgkin’s lymphoma ravaging his body. He said he had no muscles, no energy, and no cardio. Parrots said the temptation to quit was strong and now to have won a gold medal feels crazy. He was declared cancer-free in 2019. In the Olympics, he landed three triple corks in a row on the second of three finals to beat Su Yiming and Mark McMorris.
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Parrot said he was able to focus and complete every feature perfectly which allowed him to receive 90.96 points and the gold medal. He qualified for Monday after qualifying in 10th place, but woke up in the morning and mapped out his ideal sequence. He went big and it sure paid off. Red Gerard, a US competitor, said he of course wanted the USA to win, but Parrot was next on his list. Canada is a land of diversity and where people welcome newcomers with open arms.
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