Bradley Wilson landed four World Cup podiums in 2014, including another win in Inawashiro, which sealed his first trip to the big show in Sochi. (Getty Images/Cameron Spencer)
Olympians Bradley Wilson and Eliza Outtrim raced through heavy snow Sunday to pin down dual moguls titles at the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships at Deer Valley. Here’s Wilson on the podium with Nick Hanscom and Joe Discoe.
Olympians Patrick Deneen and Eliza Outtrim (pictured, center) both put down solid runs to claim the men’s and women’s U.S. titles at Friday’s moguls competition, the opening event of the USANA U.S. Freestyle Championships at Deer Valley.
Olympic bronze medalist Hannah Kearney claimed her fourth-straight FIS Freestyle World Cup moguls title Friday with her gold-medal run under the lights at the World Cup Finals competition in La Plagne, France.
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Olympic bronze medalist Hannah Kearny returned to the top of the World Cup standings Sunday with her win at the snowy Voss dual moguls World Cup, while Bradley Wilson was also able to land on the podium in third.
Hannah Kearney retook her spot at the top of the World Cup moguls standings Sunday with a win at the Inawashiro dual moguls competition.
Olympian Bradley Wilson earned his second career World Cup victory Saturday in a strong return to World Cup moguls competition after the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association has now confirmed Deer Valley Resort as the site for the 2014 U.S. Freestyle Championships Mar. 28 – Mar. 30.
Bradley Wilson trains on the Rosa Khutor moguls venue on Monday, Feb. 3. The U.S. Freestyle Moguls squad later expressed confidence in their abilities on the Rosa Khutor venue at an opening press conference Monday at the Gorki Press Center.
Nine athletes, including Olympic Champion Hannah Kearney, will be representing the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team in Sochi.
Bradley Wilson, seen here at Lake Placid, secured his spot on the U.S. Olympic freestyle team Sunday with a third-place finish at the moguls FIS World Cup at Val St. Come.
The 2014 U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team was named in advance of the Dec. 14 FIS Freestyle World Cup season opener in Ruka, Finland.
U.S. Ski Team moguls standout Bradley Wilson is recovering after a training crash Tuesday afternoon in El Colorado, Chile.
World Cup winner Bradley Wilson (Butte, MT) is talented in more ways than one. When he's not winning World Cups or perfecting his big airs, he's busy creating one-of-a-kind watercolors. Wilson now lives in Park City, but his Montana roots are visible in m
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Running bumps is in the Wilson family blood, and Bradley couldn’t be happier to be a part of the clan. The younger brother of Olympic bronze medalist Bryon Wilson, Bradley and his big bro got their start building their own moguls courses in their hometown of Butte, Montana.
Wilson made huge strides in the 2011 season, earning a second-place ranking in the NorAm standings with two victories. His progress continued in 2012 with eight World Cup top-10 results, including two fourth-place finishes. Wilson entered the 2012-13 season with a boost of confidence, which lead to four World Cup podiums finishes and his career-first win in Inawashiro, Japan. The 2014 season continued Wilson’s steady rise, as he landed four World Cup podiums, including another win in Inawashiro. The stellar season sealed Wilson's ticket to Sochi, where he finished 20th and capped off the season with a National Championship title at Deer Valley. After spending the 2015 season rehabbing a knee injury, Wilson is looking to come back stronger than ever.
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