• Brad Wilson: The making of a champion

    Brad Wilson: The making of a champion0

    By Caitlin Furin Of usskiteam.com The USSA defines its core value of grit as “courage, tenacity and perseverance on the path to excellence.” Over the past few seasons, Brad Wilson has demonstrated he’s one of the grittiest U.S. Ski Team athletes out there, overcoming inexperience, distraction and injury to become one of the top U.S.

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  • Wilson powers to sixth in Japan dual moguls

    Wilson powers to sixth in Japan dual moguls0

    From usskiteam.com SENBOKU CITY, Japan  – The United States Ski Team moguls squad made the final day of competition at Tazawako Ski Resort a memorable one with two athletes on the dual moguls podium and the men’s team continuing a strong weekend showing. Jaelin Kauf of Alta, Wyoming, skied to her first-career World Cup win,

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  • Speed thrills as Wilson bounces back for fourth

    Speed thrills as Wilson bounces back for fourth0

    From usskiteam.com SENBOKU CITY, Japan  – Brad Wilson of Butte  led the men’s charge for the United States moguls team on the first day of competition at Tazawako Ski Resort, landing just off the podium in fourth place. After a rainy day of training on Friday, the Tazawako event crew worked hard to keep the

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  • Japan provides next venue for Wilson on WC Tour

    Japan provides next venue for Wilson on WC Tour0

    From usskiteam.com Brad Wilson of Butte will be looking to move back into the podium ranks while healing an injury this weekend as the FIS World Cup Freestyle skiing moguls tour moves to Tazawako, Japan. Wilson suffered a bone bruise to his right knee while competing in men’s moguls at the Deer Valley World Cup

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  • Bruised knee keeps Wilson out of duals

    Bruised knee keeps Wilson out of duals0

    PARK CITY, Utah — A bothersome injury suffered while competing in the Deer Valley freestyle skiing World Cup event last week kept a Butte contestant out of another race. Bryon Wilson Sr. confirmed Tuesday in an electronic message that his son, Brad Wilson, was held out of the Saturday men’s moguls competition because of a

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  • Wilson skis to 20th spot in Calgary, holds No. 8 rank

    Wilson skis to 20th spot in Calgary, holds No. 8 rank0

    From usskiteam.com CALGARY – The FIS Freestyle moguls World Cup tour wrapped up its third North American stop on Saturday at the Canada Olympic Park. Tom Rowley of Long Beach, New York, and Nessa Dziemian of East Hampstead, New Hampshire, were the top U.S. Ski Team athletes in the field, finishing fourth and fifth respectively.

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