- Sport: Olympic Snowboarding
- Nation: Canada
- DOB: August 7, 1979
- Career Highlights: The reigning Canadian national champion, Lipscomb was originally a skateboarder, but turned to snowboarding when he was 13.
He didn't start competing for five years, a relative late start for snowboarders, but that hasn't held him back. Lipscomb's
first big win was topping the podium in the 2004 Canadian National Championships. He performed the first-ever backside 1080
at the 2005 Gravity Games, which he went on to win, and he also became the first to pull that same move off in Olympic competition,
when he finished 11th in the 2006 Turin Games. In April 2006 he turned in the first-ever frontside 1440 in an event in his
hometown of Whistler, B.C. Lipscomb is the first Canadian to ever win in Europe, when he won the Burton European Open in Switzerland.
Overall, he's won two World Cup events among his five podium finishes - most recently winning in Valmalenco, Italy, in the
final event of the 2008 season.
- Olympic History: 2006