The infamous Bobby Brown first made history in 2010, winning two gold medals at the winter X Games—no skier before him ever won double gold. Since then, Brown has been a major competitor for the U.S., even earning a spot on the Olympic slopestyle team and competing in Sochi. After a few years of making waves in competition, Brown said he would like to be seen in a different way. He specifically mentioned skiing in a film and releasing an online edit and finally that footage is here.
For his entire life, Bobby Brown has called Breckenridge his home mountain. He's logged countless runs through the famous terrain parks of Freeway and Park Lane, where he’s developed one the most highly regarded styles within the ski industry today, bringing him several X Games medals and a trip to the Sochi Winter Olympics. With the help of Under Armour, Bobby and Michael Clarke came together to capture a top-to-bottom run at the mountain where it all began for him, Breckenridge.