Daron Rahlves had a long and illustrious ski racing career before moving onto freeskiing. A four-time Olympian, Rahlves won a dozen World Cup races, three world championship medals, seven national championship titles, and the Hahnenkamm Downhill and Super G. He later competed in skier cross, where he racked up an X Games gold medal, World Cup podiums, and an Olympic appearance. After ski racing, Rahlves transitioned to big-mountain skiing. He has slashed huge lines in Alaska and made standout appearances in films from Teton Gravity Research, Sweetgrass Productions, and Warren Miller Entertainment. In 2011, he launched the Banzai Tour, a big-mountain ski-cross race in Tahoe. He lives in Truckee, California.