The Fab Five Mountain Super Hunks

Posted By: The Ski Channel on August 7, 2009 7:18 pm

Yes, your day just got better. 

This article is only the beginning of The Ski Channel’s homage database to sexy, legit mountain athletes. 

Hard core and hard abs.  Enjoy.



 Jeremy Bloom

Our first super hunk is a two-sport athlete, and has been a shirtless spokesman for Equinox gyms and Abercrombie & Fitch: Jeremy Bloom is certainly a multi-dimensional hunk.  He’s a three-time World Champion, won a record six straight World Cup Races, and was an All-American football player at the University of Colorado.  

Sports aren’t the only thing that interest this hunk—in 2006, he received his Master’s degree from the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.  In 2008, he launched Jeremy Bloom’s Wish of a Lifetime Foundation.  The organization’s mission is to help low income seniors experience their lifelong wishes.

Here at TSC, we believe Jeremy exemplifies being gorgeous on both the inside and outside.  We’ll say anything after looking at his photo to the left.    







  Steven Nyman


In the year of the dog, Steven Nyman began his life in the mountains.  Fulfilling ‘the year of the dog’ prophecy,
Steven grew up perfecting his craft at home in the mountains of Utah.  Immersed in exploring the community
with his three brothers, he was often found camping, hiking and skiing.  In addition to nature, the
omnipresent art culture certainly influenced our man of the land.  Ski racing through his youth, Steven’s
passion organically evolved into a pursuit of an athletic career.  Two U.S. National Downhill Titles later,
his need for speed broke him into the World Cup Circuit and the 2006 Olympics in Torino.  His contagious
laugh and friendly spirit will bring you to your feet, cheering him on as he races in Vancouver at the 2010
Winter Olympics. 
Headlines are soon to read, “In the year of the Olympics, Steven Nyman fulfills The Ski Channel prophecy”.

Sorry ladies, Steven Nyman is off the market.  As of yesterday, this alpine skiing hottie with a body

is betrothed.  Congratulations!


 JJ Thomas

  Dangling from the body of JJ Thomas, Olympic bronze and X-Games gold never looked so good.  Well hung indeed.

Nowadays, throwing back-to-back 1080s tends to bore our SuperPipe stud. Expanding beyond the park and pipe, his horizon is set on Hollywood. 

Wait, did you say Hollywood?  Not exactly Hollywood, but at a close second, JJ has dabbled in and embraced the innovative industry of slopeside filmmaking. 

Are his days of competition over?  Another shot at Olympic glory could be in the cards for this thoroughbred snowboarder.  We’re rooting for you JJ. 

Even if you decide backcountry pow is the pow for you…maybe you’ll take a break from shooting with Standard Films and shred in a Ski Channel Production?  Sharing is the mature thing to do.


Jeremy Jones

Hot snowboarder?  Check.  

Eight-time Snowboarder Mag “Big Mountain Rider of the Year”?  Check.  

Saves the world by starting an environmental non-profit?  Check.

Jeremy Jones is truly a well-rounded guy, not to mention he’s very easy on the eyes.   So far in 2009, he has placed first at the Freeride World Tour, has won the Ambassador of Green Award at X-Dance, and the Golden Camelot Award at the Tahoe Mountain Film Festival.  

He has starred in over 45 action sports movies.  In the past four years,  Jeremy remains one of the top five riders receiving film exposure.  He started “Protect Our Winters” in 2007 which undoubtedly brought the winter sports community together.   The mission of “POW” seeks to directly impact climate change and ultimately, as the name states, protect our winters.  And he even took time out of his very busy schedule to sit down with us.  Jeremy JO-Ohh-Oooh-ones, you are surely a mountain hunk.


Bode Miller

His real name is Samuel, but most people know him by his middle name, Bode, or perhaps in this case, we should call him “Body”.  Miller is the most successful American alpine skier of all time, with 31 World Cup victories.  He has won four World Championships, in addition to two silver medals at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.

Miller has had his share of disappointment (he did not medal in any of his five events in the 2006 Torino Olympic Games) and controversy (he left the US Ski Team in 2007 to better control his training and improve his focus).  But when it comes to his hotness, neither of those things stand in his way: This “Body” is the real thing. 

Stay tuned, we’ll be updating shortly!