On Snow Magazine guest columnist and all-around good guy Levi LaVallee just had another honor bestowed upon him as the crew at ESPN X-Games dubbed Levi as one of the “guys” who has helped create and promote the action sport scene. Levi made the top-50 list at number 19. Here’s the official word from the Levi camp and links to the entire list of 50:
Everyone loves a list, whether it’s People magazine’s most beautiful celebrities of 2012 or Santa’s running index of the naughty and nice. This gallery highlights who we believe are currently the 50 most influential figures in action sports. Through talent, tenacity and technology, they have contributed the kinds of innovations to the shared shred space that make a statement about their place in our world.
Snowmobile’s own, Levi LaVallee made this list at number 19 of 50. It’s a huge honor to be chosen and we couldn’t agree more! Levi was amongst the names of legendary athletes (Shaun White, Travis Pastrana, Tony Hawk, Kelly Slater, etc.), businessman (Jack Dorsey – founder of Twitter, Nick Woodman – founder of GoPro, Jake Burton – founder of Burton Snowboards, etc.), and many, many others. Levi was the only snowmobiler on the list. How cool is that?
Check out the gallery of the 50 most influential people in action sports.
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