Bobby Brown a Strong Contender Heading Into 2012 Winter X-Games

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 26, 2012 2:02 pm

Photo: Christian Pondella/ESPN Images

 

The Winter X Games 2012 has more talent than ever before, but Bobby Brown is focused on separating from the pack with new tricks and a steadfast work ethic. Following a stellar showing at the 2010 Winter X Games in which he became the first skier to win gold in two separate events, Bobby comes into X Games 2012 physically stronger than ever and hungry for a gold medal. Bobby’s 2011 X Games performance was disappointing due to several early season injuries. However he still managed to score a silver medal in Ski Big Air.

Bobby’s off-season training focused on his explosiveness and injury prevention by hitting the gym 3 days a week. His premiere episode of Bobby’s Life, by Redbull gives an interesting glimpse into his on and off mountain training. Check out the video below:

Everyone is excited to catch a glimpse of Bobby’s latest trick, the triple cork 1440. Below is an awesome run presented by his sponsor Under Armor.

Bobby Brown | Solar System from UA MTN on Vimeo.

 

Bobby Brown practicing for Men’s Ski Slopestyle during Winter X Games 16 at Buttermilk Mountain. January 25, 2012 Aspen, CO. Photo: Christian Pondella/ESPN Images

Bobby Brown practicing for Men’s Ski Slopestyle during Winter X Games 16, January 25, 2012. Photo: Christian Pondella/ESPN Images

Bobby Brown practicing for Men’s Ski Slopestyle during Winter X Games 16, January 25, 2012. Photo: Christian Pondella/ESPN Images

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