Hannah was the youngest member of the United States team in 2003.
Hannah was the first female snowboarder to land a 900.
Hannah won the 2004 NASJA "Competitor of the Year" title and award.
Hannah was the 2004 X Games superpipe champion.
Hannah won the 2004 U.S. Snowboard Grand Prix halfpipe.
Hannah was a finalist for the 2004 Best Female Action Sport Athlete.
Hannah won the bronze medal in the 2005 Winter X Games superpipe.
Hannah won the silver medal in the 2005 Winter Gravity Games.
Hannah won the silver medal in the 2005 Nippon Open.
Hannah won the 2005 Vans Cup.
Hannah started to snowboard at the age of 8.
Hannah won the 2006 Winter Gravity Games Silver medal in the women's halfpipe.
Hannah has been nominated for 3 ESPY Awards.
Hannah's sponsors include Burton, Anon, Mountain Dew, Clif Bar, Nixon, and U.S. Snowboard Team.
Hannah rides goofy footed (right foot forward).
Hannah has said that some of her influences has been her brother Abe Teter, Shaun White and Steve Fisher.
Hannah won a gold medal in the women's halfpipe competition at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games.
Hannah: Being able to be [in Turin] with all the other Olympians from around the globe is pretty exciting. But also to be there with my snowboarding team representing the U.S. is awesome.
Hannah: The snowboard athletes that I compete against is also a group that is very encouraging and supportive of one another. We're more like family out there than in-your-face competitors that you see in some sports.
Hannah: Family is the foundation of everything. This is a family thing. I got my no-fear attitude from my brothers from back when we used to bounce on the trampoline or go to the skate park.