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Jamie Anderson's Olympic Packing List

The essentials this snowboarding pro will bring to the Olympic Village to help her perform at her best

Snowboarder Jamie Anderson’s bag of stuff. (Photo: Hannah McCaughey)
Snowboarder Jamie Anderson’s bag of stuff.

Snowboarder Jamie Anderson won gold in the slopestyle event at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, and with a few new moves in her arsenal, she’s a favorite to repeat in South Korea. Just as important as her bag of tricks? Her bag of stuff: the gear she’ll bring to help her stay at the top of her game.


Dakine Ryder 24L Pack

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(Photo: Courtesy Dakine)

“I like the Dakine Ryder 24L pack, because it’s simple, it’s steezy, and it’s perfect for traveling. It comes with a padded laptop sleeve and a travel pocket at the top for your passport and other things you need quick access to.”

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Dragon Herbs Tonic Alchemy

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(Photo: Courtesy Dragon Herbs)

“To stay healthy, I take Dragon Herbs Tonic alchemy. It has 91 ingredients, including probiotics.”

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Beats Headphones and Portable Speaker

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(Photo: Courtesy Beats)

“I have to have my Beats Studio3 noise-canceling headphones with me on long flights. And when I get there, I use the Beats Pill+ portable speaker to jam in my room and get my dance on.”

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GoPro Hero6 Camera

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(Photo: Courtesy GoPro)

“You need a GoPro camera and some fun mounts to capture the chaos. Right now I have the Hero6.”

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Aloha Bling Necklaces

“I love to rock my Aloha Bling necklaces.”

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Incense, Essential Oils, and Candles

“I bring incense, essential oils, and candles to make my hotel room feel more like home.”


Knitting Needles and Yarn

“In case I get bored, I’ll have Knitting needles and yarn with me to get a little artsy. It probably won’t happen—but you never know!”

To learn more, visit teamusa.org.  The Olympics begin live on Feb 8. 

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From Outside Magazine, January/February 2018
Filed To: OlympicsThe EssentialsSouth KoreaAthletes
Lead Photo: Hannah McCaughey

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