Moseley is an Olympic Gold Medalist, World Cup mogul Champion, U.S. Freeskiing Open Champion, X-Games medalist and all around incredible freestyle skier. He invented his signature jump, the "Dinner Roll." Moseley could be seen on the slopes of Steamboat during the holidays, taking runs with Steamboat's Director of Skiing, Billy Kidd. You can often take a run with Billy, or both Billy and Jonny, from the top of the gondola at 1 p.m. Jonny will be available throughout the season to ski with the public, make public appearances, and participate in media events in Ski Town, U.S.A. He joins other Steamboat freestyle legends Nelson Carmichael, Travis Mayer, Ann Battelle, Bobby Aldighieri, Kris "Fuzz" Feddersen in representing and promoting Steamboat. "Steamboat has been a favorite of mine since I first started coming here early in my career in 1993," said Jonny Moseley. "I have been fortunate to ski and work with many of the legends of freestyle skiing from Steamboat and look forward to this unique opportunity to help promote Steamboat across the United States as well as around the world." Jonny is the latest member of the U.S. Ski Hall of Fame. He lives in Tiburon, Calif., where he recently finished his undergrad at the University of California, Berkeley. He hosts a weekly radio show on Sirius Satellite Radio. He will split his time between the Golden State and Steamboat. Thanks to Larry Pierce with Steamboat for the photo.