Bobby Brown

Bobby Brown is an American freeskier specializing in slopestyle and big air competitions.

Originally from Denver region, he resides in Breckenridge – a popular ski area in Colorado and known for its freestyle competitions.

Bobby Brown was the first to land numerous variations of triple-crocked flips in Squaw Valley, California.
Among only a handful to land triple corks, Bobby Brown, was also the first to stomp the Switch Double Misty 1260 and 1440!

Bobby Brown was the first skier to win 2 gold medals at the same Winter X Games – in 2010 – where he nailed both the Slopestyle and the Big Air including landing the first Switch Double Misty 1260 and 1440 in competition!

With 4 gold and 2 silver Winter X Games medals, Bobby Brown is considered one of the most progressive and inventive freestyle skiers of today.

Watch him in 2011 in Alyeska, Alaska in Matchstick Productions’ Attack of La Niña: