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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.

Brad 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.

Wilson started skiing when he was four years old at a small ski area in Montana. “It was at Lost Trail where I started skiing freestyle,” says Wilson. “When I was eight and my brother was 12, we would follow the Lost Trail Freestyle Team around because they were the best skiers on the mountain and we wanted to be as good as they were. By the end of the day, they finally asked if we wanted to join their team. We joined and by the next year we started competing in Northern Division Freestyle.”

When the snow melts, Wilson loves to create art and spend time out in the sun staying active, waterskiing, fly fishing and training. “I was introduced to mountain biking in the Park City area and have become a lot more active in that scene,” says Wilson. “The fly fishing in the area isn’t too bad either.”



Teams: 2014
20th, MO, Sochi RUS, 2014

Teams: 2013
22nd, DM, Voss, Norway, 2013
8th, MO, Voss Norway 2013

WORLD CUP (highlights)
Four World Cup podiums, 2014
1st, MO, Inawashiro, JPN, 2014
First World Cup win, Inawashiro, JPN, 2013
Four World Cup podiums, 2013
2nd in overall standings, 2010
First podium was a victory (MO, Deer Valley, UT, 2010)
Rookie of the Year, 2007

2014, DM, Deer Valley, UT
2013, DM, Heavenly, CA

U.S. National Championships, 5th singles; 4th duals 2012

Ranked second in the NorAm standings, 2010 and 2011

Five NorAm podiums including two wins, 2011

15 top-ten NorAm results since 2009