Olympic bronze medalist Bryon Wilson is back from injury and stronger than ever. With a World Cup win and a few solid U.S. Championships under his belt, he’s ready to take on the best in the world. (Getty Images/Clive Rose)
Olympians Patrick Deneen and Eliza Outtrim (pictured, center) both put down solid runs to claim the men’s and women’s U.S. titles at Friday’s moguls competition, the opening event of the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships at Deer Valley.
Olympic bronze medalist Hannah Kearny returned to the top of the World Cup standings Sunday with her win at the snowy Voss dual moguls World Cup, while Bradley Wilson was also able to land on the podium in third.
Hannah Kearney retook her spot at the top of the World Cup moguls standings Sunday with a win at the Inawashiro dual moguls competition.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association has now confirmed Deer Valley Resort as the site for the 2014 U.S. Freestyle Championships Mar. 28 – Mar. 30.
The Visa Freestyle International returns to Deer Valley Resort Jan. 9-11 for moguls and aerials under the lights in vital Olympic qualifying competitions.
The 2014 U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team was named in advance of the Dec. 14 FIS Freestyle World Cup season opener in Ruka, Finland.
Heather McPhie repeated as U.S. moguls champion with Bradley Wilson taking his first title at the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships at Heavenly.
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The U.S. women led by Hannah Kearney swept moguls at the Visa Freestyle International at Deer Valley Resort.
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Moguls skier Bryon Wilson knocked everyone's socks off in 2010 when, after a stroke of luck got him a start on the World Cup, he nailed two second-place finishes and a spot on the 2010 Olympic team. But Wilson wasn't done yet, as he took his newfound success and landed a bronze medal in Vancouver. U.S. Ski Team coaches say his speed and agility on snow are the cornerstones to build a consistent performer.
The 2012 season was a comeback year following ACL reconstruction, but 2013 was a show-stopping season for Wilson. He earned his first World Cup win in Kreischberg, Austria and finished the season ranked 10th.
In 2014 Wilson proved his staying power by notching four top-10 World Cup finishes. His best was a fourth-place finish in Lake Placid, NY. Keep on the lookout for this lightning-fast moguls skier in the next few years heading into Pyeongchang 2018.
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