"Snowboarding is my passion and I wanna do everything in my power to be the best I can possibly be!"
4 Things You Didn't Know About Toby Miller
- 1. Toby kicked off his professional snowboarding career with an impressive start, nabbing USASA National titles and big-time sponsorships deals at only 13 years old.
- 2. When he is not snowboarding, Toby enjoys taking photos and making videos that he uploads on his Youtube channel.
- 3. 2018 was a great year for Miller: he became the 2018 Junior World Champion, got 2nd place at the 2018 Copper Grand Prix, and took 3rd place at the 2018 Dew Tour.
- 4. Toby's favorite athletes are Shaun White, Conor McGregor, and Tom Brady.
Toby Miller Run 1 | Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix | Copper Mountain 2019
Jake Burton Memoriam | Copper Mountain 2019 Feature
Paul Mitchell Powered by Style with Toby Miller | Snowboard Halfpipe | Copper Mountain 2019
Toby Miller Just Off the Podium - Snowboard Halfpipe 2019 World Champs - Park City
Toyota "Athlete Profile" with Toby Miller - Utah 2019 World Champs Features
2022-23 U.S. Snowboard Team Nominations
The U.S. Snowboard Team nominations include 29 pro-level and 20 rookie and development level riders led by 2022 Olympic medalists Chloe Kim, Lindsey Jacobellis, Nick Baumgartner and Julia Marino.
2022 Toyota U.S. Grand Prix Kicks Off at Mammoth Mountain
U.S. Snowboard Team and U.S. Freeski Team athletes are ready to compete in the final Toyota U.S. Grand Prix of the season at Mammoth Mountain, California. Halfpipe and slopestyle qualifiers and finals for skiing and snowboarding will take place from Jan. 6-8, with the preliminary Olympic team naming celebration following the final event on Saturday night.
Miller Has A Renewed Motivation To Compete After Time Off Snow
Toby Miller is training for what he hopes will be his first Olympic Games — and getting ready to compete against some of those same icons he grew up watching.
2021-22 U.S. Snowboard Team Announced
U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced the 35 pro-level and 15 rookie and development level riders making up the 2021-22 U.S. Snowboard Team.
A Season Delayed: Early Cancellations Have Made for a Late Start to the Freeski and Snowboard World Cup Season
The 2020-21 Freeski and Snowboard season has faced many delays, with most athletes just recently getting back into competition for the first time in nearly a year.