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Slopestyle

Source: McRae Williams competes in the slopestyle finals during the 2016 Visa U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain, Calif. 

BOBBY BROWN

HOMETOWN Englewood, Colo.

HEIGHT / WEIGHT 6'2" / 185

YEARS ON TEAM 5

Denver-area native Brown has been on the scene for a while, racking up four X Games golds, three X Games silvers, and one Slopestyle World Cup win in Breckenridge in 2014. He was the first skier to successfully land a triple cork 1440. Brown competed in Slopestyle in Sochi, finishing 9th. Brown didn’t start skiing until he

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