Ryan Cochran-Siegle, became the first American male to win a FIS Alpine World Cup Tour super-G since 2006. This dominating win, nearly eight-tenths margin, marked his first career World Cup Victory and continues Smith’s longstanding commitment to supporting World-Class athletes and developing the pinnacle products needed for them to compete at the highest levels.
Ryan is a native of Vermont, and the son of the 1972 Olympic Slalom champion Barbara Ann Cochran. Ryan has grown up at his family’s non- profit ski area and has a deep passion for skiing and outdoor sports that he hopes to pass down the next generation. He spends his time at home mentoring the young kids with his family at Cochran’s Ski Area. He is also pursuing a dual degree in Physics and Engineering at Westminster College.
Ryan and his Land Rover US Ski Team teammates, Laurenne Ross, Bella Wright and River Radmus have been racing this season in the Icon race helmet and Squad XL goggles.
- First American male to win an FIS Alpine World Cup Tour super-G since 2006.