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Jesse Csincsak

Jesse Csincsak
Born (1982-04-03) April 3, 1982
Occupation Professional snowboarder
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Website
.com.jessecsincsakwww

Jesse Csincsak (born April 3, 1982[1]) is an American professional snowboarder and founder of the nonprofit organization JSAK Snowboarding, which helps snowboarders with Olympic aspirations to raise money for training, travel and related expenses.[2] Csincsak owns Colorado Home Check, a property management company serving Colorado's mountain communities. He is also a coach at High Cascade Snowboard Camp and a snowboard instructor at Breckenridge Ski Resort.[3]

Csincsak was the winner of the fourth season of the television reality show competition The Bachelorette, though his relationship with DeAnna Pappas did not last. Csincsak was married on August 28, 2010 to Ann Lueders, who appeared as a contestant on the thirteenth season of The Bachelor.[4] The couple married in Las Vegas and hosted a post-wedding bash at the resort Rumor.[5] The couple have a son, Noah Theodore Csincsak.[6] He and Ann are currently expecting their second child due in March.[7]

Contents

  • Snowboarding 1
    • Rankings 1.1
    • FIS competition standings 1.2
  • Television appearances 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Snowboarding

Csincsak is a regular stanced rider and has been competing in snowboarding since 1994.[8]

Rankings

  • 2006-2007: 607th overall in Swatch TTR World Tour Rankings.
  • 50th in the 2007 Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships (TTR 6 Star Event) (Stratton, VT)
  • 16th in the 2007 Chevrolet Revolution Tour (TTR 2 Star Event) (Copper Mtn., Colorado)
  • 64th in the 2006 Burton US Open Snowboarding Championships (TTR 6 Star Event) (Stratton, VT)

FIS competition standings[9]

Federal International Rankings. These are worldwide results.

  • 2007-2008
    • 654th for Half Pipe
  • 2006-2007
    • 458th for Half Pipe
    • 1016th in Snowboard Cross
  • 2005-2006
    • 194th for Half Pipe
    • 842nd in Snowboard Cross
  • 2004-2005
    • 173rd for Half Pipe
    • 949th in Snowboard Cross
  • 2003-2004
    • 383rd for Half Pipe
    • 615th in Snowboard Cross
  • 2002-2003
    • 651st in Snowboard Cross

Television appearances

  • MTV Made Season 8 Episode 9 (episode 66)[10] He later appeared in a 2010 episode
  • The Bachelorette Season 4, April - June 2008, and was chosen by DeAnna Pappas in the final episode, over fellow suitor Jason Mesnick. The couple set their wedding date for May 9, 2009 but their relationship ended in November 2008.[11]
  • MTV's "True Life Resolutions Made and Kept"
  • America's Most Wanted (1 episode)
  • Called Beyond the Medal, covering the 2010 Winter Olympics.[12]

References

  1. ^ jsacksnowboarding.com - Jesse Csincsak jsacksnowboarding.com - Jesse Csincsack. Retrieved July 9, 2008
  2. ^ jsacksnowboarding.com - Mission jsacksnowboarding.com - Mission. Retrieved July 9, 2008
  3. ^ Unity Snowboards Team Member Jesse Csincsak - Unity Snowboards. Retrieved July 9, 2008
  4. ^ People Magazine
  5. ^ Jesse Csincsak: I Got Through Wedding With "No Hiccups" - UsMagazine.com
  6. ^ Bachelorette Winner Jesse Csincsak to Be a Dad! - UsMagazine.com
  7. ^ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2424738/Jesse-Csincsak-Bachelor-contestant-wife-Ann-expecting-2nd-baby.html
  8. ^ Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour: Rider Report. Retrieved July 9th, 2008.
  9. ^ FIS-Ski biographie FIS-Ski - biographie Jesse Csincsak. Retrieved July 9th, 2008.
  10. ^ Made Episode 66: Snowboarder Made Episode 66: Snowboarder. Retrieved July 9, 2008
  11. ^ Deanna Pappas Breaks up with Jesse Csincsak Video
  12. ^ Footage from Beyond the Medal

External links

  • Jesse Csincsak on IMDB
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