It’s no secret Shaun White is a snowboard God.
The 31-year-old Flying Tomato stole America’s heart for his raw reaction after winning gold in the Men’s Halfpipe event on Tuesday at the Pyeongchang Olympics, but it’s his flowing red mane that has really caught our eye over the years.
Let’s take a stroll down memory lane so you can see exactly what we’re talking about.
2006 — White’s first gold metal at the Torino Olympics. His fiery long locks are definitely a reflection of his 19-year-old self. He’s young, messy and has the world in the palm of his hand.
2010 — He wins gold at the Vancouver Olympics. He’s in his mid-20’s and the hair’s longer, darker and more curly. He’s confident in who he is and totally cool with the au naturale look.
2018 — He chopped off his locks! White’s hair is short, dark and definitely sexy. The sleek back look is catching our attention and making our hearts race.
Congrats Shaun, red AND gold look pretty good on you!