Nevin BrownHits the slopes for Ultimate Sack
TEAM USA Skiier, Nevin Brown represents Ultimate Sack
Brown got his U.S. Ski Team career off to a great start in 2010 by winning two NorAm competitions and earning his first World Cup start, where he finished 23rd. Two more NorAm top-five results gave him the overall title. After finishing fourth at the Olympic Trials, he made another big stride by landing on the podium with a bronze medal at the 2010 U.S. National Championships.
At his first World Championships in 2011, Brown led the American men in 12th place.
In 2013, Brown earned four top-15 results, one of which was at the 2014 Winter Olympic venue in Sochi, Russsia.
I think the drive to be the best at something is what keeps me going, as well as the satisfaction of landing awesome jumps in competitions and producing better results than I have before.
Brown got his start in aerials at the Mont Chalet Freestyle Aerial Training Center in Chesterland, OH, where he learned under the tutelage of coach Bill Harris.
12th, AE, Deer Valley, UT, 2011
25th, AE, Voss Norway, 2013
8th, AE, Myrkdalen-Voss, NOR, 2012
12th, Mont Gabriel, CAN, 2012
17th, AE, Lake Placid, NY, 2011
7th, AE, Lake Placid, NY, 2013
Overall NorAm champion, 2012
5th, U.S. National Championships, 2011
3rd, U.S. National Championships, 2010
Two NorAm wins in 2009
Eight-time NorAm podium finisher including six victories