Here are the sexy non-nude photos of Hannah Teter from Instagram. Hannah Teter is a 31-year-old American snowboarder, The Fappening star and Olympic champion in 2006. Teter came from a snowboarding family and grew up with her brothers. Her brother Amen Teter is known as a coach and manager and accompanies her with the rest of her family to almost every competition.
Since 2001 Teter has participated in competitions of the FIS and the TTR World Snowboard Tour. In March 2002, she won second place in Slopestyle at the Burton US Open at Stratton Mountain Resort. At the beginning of the 2002/03 season, Teter drove her first FIS World Cup race in Valle Nevado, finishing fourth. In December 2002, she won the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix in Park City on the Halfpipe. Teter took the second place on the Halfpipe at the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix at Mount Bachelor and the third place in Slopestyle at the Burton us Open 2003 at Stratton Mountain Resort. At the Winter X Games 2003, she won Bronze on the Halfpipe. In March 2003, she won her first FIS World Cup in Sapporo.
Since the 2003/04 season, she only competes in the Halfpipe discipline. In the following season, she won the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix in Park City and Mammoth. At the 2004 Winter X Games in Aspen, she won Gold on the Halfpipe. In the FIS World Cup, she succeeded in Valle Nevado and Sapporo. Hannah finished the season on the 12. Place in the FIS overall World Cup and the first place in the halfpipe standings in the U. S. Grand Prix. At the beginning of the 2004/05 season, Teter won her fourth FIS World Cup in Saas-Fee. The season was followed by further victories at the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix in Breckenridge and the World Superpipe Championships in Park City. In January 2005 she won the bronze medal at the Snowboard World Championships 2005 in Whistler and a week later at the Winter x Games 2005. Also in the season, she took third place at the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix in Mountain Creek and the Burton US Open 2005 in Stratton Mountain Resort.
In the first two FIS World Cup races of the 2005/06 season in Valle Nevado, she took 5 and six places in the World Cup. At the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix, she won in Breckenridge and took second place at Mount Bachelor. She finished third in Mountain Creek. In February 2006, Teter won the gold medal at the 2006 winter Olympics in Turin in the Halfpipe competition. In the 2007/08 season, she came in third at the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix in Breckenridge and the Burton European Open in Laax.
At the beginning of the season, 2008/09 Teter won at the Burton Australian Open in Perisher Blue. This was followed by a victory at the Winter Dew Tour and a further victory at the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix in Boreal. She won the bronze medal at the Winter X Games 2009. In February 2009 she took second place at FIS World Cup races in Bardonecchia and third place in Cypress. In January 2010 she won Bronze at the Winter X Games 2010 in Aspen. Two weeks later she was unable to defend her title in the Halfpipe competition at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games and won silver. In March 2011, she finished second at the Burton US Open in Stratton Mountain Resort. In the same month, she won the silver medal at the Winter X Games Europe 2011 in Tignes. At the start of the 2011/12 season, she finished the Burton New Zealand Open in Cardrona.
She won Bronze at the Winter X Games 2012. In the 2012/13 season, she reached a Top Ten position in all participating races. She finished second at the Burton US Open 2013 in Vail. She finished the season in sixth place in the half tour championship. In February 2014, she finished fourth at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. At the U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix and FIS World Cup in December 2014 in Copper Mountain, she came in third place. At the Winter x Games 2015, she was Seventh on the Superpipe. The following year, she finished sixth in the winter x games 2016 and eighth in the X Games Oslo 2016.