Su Yiming is a Chinese snowboarder and former child actor. By winning the 2021–22 FIS Snowboard World Cup Big Air event at Steamboat Ski Resort on December 4, 2021, he became the first Chinese snowboarder to take a World Cup podium position.
He is competing at the 2022 Winter Olympics. He was the only competitor to achieve an 1800-degree aerial in the men’s slopestyle event, winning a silver medal.
Su Yiming Height & Weight
How tall is Su Yiming? He is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs around 79kg. The actor has brown eyes and light brown colored hair. Besides that, there is no information regarding Matthew’s other body measurements.
Su Yiming Winter Olympics 2022
China’s Su Yiming performs a trick during a Men’s Slopestyle training session ahead of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games on February 2, 2022.
He may be just 17, but Su Yiming is already making history. Last year, he became the first Chinese snowboarder to ever make a World Cup podium in the slopestyle or the big air at Steamboat, Colorado, according to the Olympics website.
He’s part of an 176-athlete roster China’s largest ever contingent at the Winter Games which is hoping to bring home gold at Beijing 2022.
Su is set to compete in the men’s snowboard slopestyle and the men’s snowboard big air events.
Su Yiming Girlfriend
Su Yiming is single and very focused on his career rather than anything else. He is very focused on his career rather than anything else.
Su Yiming Net Worth
Su Yiming’s net worth is estimated to be $200k – $400k, as of 2022. The silver was controversial however, as confounded fans said Su was “robbed” by the low judging scores in spite of his unprecedented performances, and further compounded with the judges “missing a glaring error” made by gold medalist Max Parrot of Canada that would have likely “upended the podium” and given the gold to Su.
Su Yiming Facts
- Su is recognized as the first snowboarder to successfully complete and land the 1980-degree aerial spin.
- He is competing at the 2022 Winter Olympics.
- He was the only competitor to achieve an 1800-degree aerial in the men’s slopestyle event, winning a silver medal.