Who’s Lee Sang-ho?
History of Sang-hoHe’s got an impressive height of almost six feet tall. He’s a South Korean snowboarder who competes globally. Sang-ho is known as ‘Cabbage Boy’ since his dad turned into a cabbage patch to some snowboard slope. He’s a student studying in the Korea National Sport University, Seoul, Korea and he also speaks only Korean, ”. He left his World Cup Debut – 2013 at Carezza, Italy and started the game in his very first year of college in Jeongseon County, Republic of Korea. When he moved into a ski resort with his loved ones, a snowboard coach discovered that he had knack for the game and therefore he took up the game professionally. His body and height were in great shape for the game. Sang-ho was the very first Korean snowboarder to assert the podium in a World Cup when he finished second in parallel giant slalom in the 2016/17 World Cup event in Erciyes-Kayseri, Turkey. Sang-ho was formerly referred to as the seven-year-old boy that was able to snowboard to a cabbage patch 15 decades back. He came into limelight in the 2017 Asian Winter Games and as a Korean celebrity snowboarder Lee Sang-ho won the golden trophy on the first day of winter event. Sang-ho chose snowboarding as his official career in 2004, also revealed remarkable development since he maintained second place at the 2013–14 Snowboard Junior World Championships. In addition, he was able to conquer all his rivals and won gold medal in the PGS of their Junior World Championships 2015. Lee continued to exhibit outstanding performances when he had been set as the fourth greatest PGS snowboarder in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup in Italy in last December that is the highest ever for a South Korean athlete. Following a shocking position of 20th in the Current FIS Snowboard World Cup in Pyeongchang, Lee once more dreamt of getting Korea’s first FIS Snowboard World Cup medalist in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games at PyeongChang. “The pictures of cabbage patch along with also my parents passed when I affirmed it was a gold medal,” explained the exhilarated Lee. “I’m thrilled to unveil the background of Korean snowboarding.”