Winter Olympics athletes are often not household names, performing in sports with passionate, but small fan bases. However, it's almost always the case that the top athletes within those smaller communities get a lot of support. Olympians can usually expect to find sponsors for their gear, at the very least, and maybe find a few other sponsorships, too. Within this world, then, Team USA's Keri Herman is something of an oddity. The resident of Breckenridge, Colorado competed in the first-ever Olympic women's slopestyle skiing competition on Tuesday. While Herman did not come close to the podium with a 10th-place finish, she is an accomplished slopestyle skier with strong finishes in many international tournaments. However, Herman also struggles to get sponsors and has relied on her teammates for some of her gear.