15-year-old Chloe Kim lands back-to-back 1080s to earn perfect 100 score

Chloe Kim (left) celebrates her first place finish with Kelly Clark.

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Fifteen-year-old snowboarder Chloe Kim made history at the U.S. Grand Prix in Park City, Utah, on Saturday as the first woman to land back-to-back 1080s in competition and earn a perfect 100 score. 

Kim’s score is said to be the second perfect-100 mark awarded in a top-level competition. The first was given to Shaun White when he became the first person to land back-to-back double cork 1260s at an X Games in 2012. 

Watch Kim’s perfect-scoring run here: 

And while she may not be old enough to have a driver’s license, Southern California native Kim already has a historic career. While she was just 13 during the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and deemed too young to compete, Kim became the youngest athlete to win X Games gold at Aspen in 2015 at age 14 and the first athlete in X Games history to win two gold medals before age 16 when she successfully defended her SuperPipe title in January.  

Kim is scheduled to compete in the Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway, later this month.

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