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Nick Goepper


If anything about skiing could inspire, it’s the story of a guy from Indiana who learned to ski at a 400-vertical-foot resort in the middle of America, and who can now boast three straight Winter X Games slopestyle gold medals and a bronze medal representing his country in the Winter Olympics. One of the most dominant freestyle skiers in the world, Nick is a clear example demonstrating that skiing success is about sheer talent, not where you’re from.

Nick continues to compete and win following his Winter Olympic victory, earning the top place at the 2015 Winter X Games for a perfectly executed run displaying his rail mastery, technical precision and, of course, double and triple corks. Following a shoulder injury in 2015, Nick approached recovery with a regimented training schedule to ensure he came back strong and ready to nail the must do tricks. Now fully healed up, you can expect to see him pushing for more podiums this winter.


  • 2015 Winter X Games Slopestyle, Gold Medal
  • 2014 Winter X Games Slopestyle, Gold Medal
  • 2014 Vancouver Winter Olympics Slopestyle, Bronze Medal
  • 2014 Dew Tour Slopestyle, Third Place
  • 2013 Winter X Games Slopestyle, Gold Medal
  • 2013 Dew Tour Slopestyle, First Place
  • 2012 Winter X Games Slopestyle, Silver Medal
  • 2012 Dew Tour Snowbasin Slopestyle, First Place