Produced in Seabrook, New Hampshire, on November 12, 1987, Scotty Lago started snowboarding in the age of six. In just several years, he was consistently winning competitions. International exposure arrived a decade after, when Lago won a gold medal in the halfpipe in the 2007 World Cup. 3 years after, he took the bronze medal in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. American snowboarder Scotty Lago was created on November 12, 1987, in Seabrook, New Hampshire.
A lot of the property was utilized for farming of some sort or another. His grandpa had a small dairy farm operation and after a hay company, while his dad sold firewood to get an income. Without any actual mountains near his house, Lago was exposed to snowboarding by viewing the sport on television. “He was glued to it,” his dad, Mike, after remembered. “It never ceased from there.” In the age of 10, Lago had already acquired a reputation as an area snowboarding phenom. He had won an variety of competitions, leading to his family even beginning a snowboarding business called Kapital. A couple of years after, he ended on top again, winning the quarterpipe at the U.S. Open.
The powerful riding continued in the Games, where Lago surprised fans by earning a bronze medal. But Lago’s Olympic run was fast marred when a number of sexually suggestive pictures of him with a young woman appeared online. “I am sorry for the graphics,” he said. “I am sorry to the American people that I piqued. I was out observing. It happened so fast.” Because the controversy, Lago has continued his strong run on the inclines, winning some of medals sliver and bronze medal at the 2013 World Cup.