Bradley Wilson earned his stripes this season with a career-best fourth-place overall ranking and four World Cup podiums. In only his third season on the U.S. Team, Bradley is a force to be reckoned with. (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski Team)
The 2014 U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team was named in advance of the Dec. 14 FIS Freestyle World Cup season opener in Ruka, Finland.
U.S. Ski Team moguls standout Bradley Wilson is recovering after a training crash Tuesday afternoon in El Colorado, Chile.
World Cup winner Bradley Wilson (Butte, MT) is talented in more ways than one. When he's not winning World Cups or perfecting his big airs, he's busy creating one-of-a-kind watercolors. Wilson now lives in Park City, but his Montana roots are visible in m
Heather McPhie repeated as U.S. moguls champion with Bradley Wilson taking his first title at the Sprint U.S. Freestyle Championships at Heavenly.
Freestyle World Champs Team Named
VIDEO: Brad Wilson Wins Inawashiro
Bradley Wilson wins his first career FIS Freestyle Skiing world cup win in the Inawashiro dual moguls while Joseph Discoe earns his first podium finishing third.
Bradley Wilson scored his first World Cup win leading a parade of career bests by U.S. Freestyle Ski Team athletes in Japan.
Bradley Wilson was on the podium again, this time in single moguls, finishing second in a FIS World Cup in Japan.
Outtrim Nabs First Season Podium
Ali Kariotis took gold in dual moguls to close out a record five-medal effort for the USA at FIS Freestyle Junior World Championships.
Bradley Wilson captured moguls gold at the FIS Junior World Championships Friday.
Bradley Wilson (Butte, MT), K.C. Oakley (Piedmont, CA), and Jonathan Lillis (Rochester, NY) were voted FIS Freestyle World Cup Rookies of the Year.
Kearney Leads Three to Podium
The U.S. Freestyle Championships will return to Heavenly’s famous Gunbarrel run.
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Running bumps is in the Wilson blood, and Bradley couldn’t be happier to be a part of the clan. The younger brother of Olympic bronze medalist Bryon Wilson, the two got their start building their own moguls courses in Butte, Montana.
Brad made huge strides during the 2011 season, earning a second-place ranking in the NorAm standings with two victories. His progress continued last season with eight World Cup top-10 results, including two fourth-place finishes. Wilson entered the 2012-13 season with a boost of confidence, which led to four World Cup podiums finishes and his career-first win in Inawashiro, Japan. Wilson ended the season ranked fourth in the FIS moguls standings.
My goal for this upcoming year is to improve from the previous year and really compete for that top spot. Being a pre-Olympic year does change the outlook on the season because it means it is really time to start preparing for what it is going to take to be on that Olympic team.
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