Teen heartthrob Bobby Brown training to repeat at Winter Dew Tour

Posted By: The Ski Channel on December 13, 2009 9:55 pm

Teen heartthrob skiing sensation Bobby Brown effectively blew the roof off the Winter Dew Tour last year with his winning run during the inagural event held in Breckenridge, CO.

His winning run featured a dizzying display of acrobatics including double flips, rodeos out of rail features, and rightside spins (opposite spin then what is natural for a skier).

Brown, who has since gone on to become one of the top skier’s in the game, has been training extremely hard alongside his Salomon Freeski teammates.

Breckenrdige, once again host of the first stop of the Winter Dew Tour, has been the mecca for the best early-season slopestyle training. The resort’s terrain park options featuring three jumps and six rails have had nearly every top pro yearning to make it out to Summit County, CO.

Brown, who had quite the winning streak going in what is traditionally considered the “off-season” for pro skiers,  won or podiumed in nearly every contest while in New Zealand. Going into the winter, it will be interesting to see if the recent high school grad can build on this previous success.

No longer tied to school’s demands, Bobby doesn’t need to concern himself with homework or exams. The only homework Bobby cares to do these days is ripping his home mountain while at the same time working on the latest tricks.

Check out this fresh edit Bobby shot with friend Scott Klumb, clearly showing that he clearly hasn’t lost a step. In fact, I look for a repeat of last winter come this Saturday in Breckenridge.

BBrown Early Season Shredding from Scott Klumb on Vimeo.