- 2018 Olympic Games – 2nd place
- 2018 U.S. Grand Prix, Mammoth Mtn – 2nd place
- 2017 Dew Tour- 2nd place
- 2017 Dew Tour- Team 1st place
- 2017 X-Games Norway- 2nd place
- 2017 Aspen Open- 1st place
- 2016 Dew Tour- Team 2nd place
- 2015 Frostgun Invitational Big Air- 2nd place
- 2015 Frostgun Invitational Rail Jam- 1st place
- 2015 Winter X Games- 1st place
- 2014 Dew Tour – 3rd place
- 2014 Olympic Games – 3rd place
- 2014 Winter X Games– 1st place
- 2013 Visa US Grand Prix, Copper Mtn – 2nd place
- 2013 Dew Tour– 1st place
- 2013 The North Face Freeski Open of New Zealand- 1st place
- 2013 FIS World Cup/New Zealand Winter Games- 1st place
- 2013 Austrian Freeski Open- 1st place
- 2013 Dumont Cup- 1st place
- 2013 Winter X Games- 1st place
- AFP overall World Slopestyle Championship – 2nd place
- 2012 Dumont Cup– 2nd place
- 2012 Dew Tour Championships- 1st place
- 2012 USOC U.S. Championships – 2nd place
- 2012 Winter X Games – 2nd place silver medal
- 2011 Dew Tour- 2nd place
- 2011 New Zealand Winter Games – 3rd place
- 2011 Dumont Cup– 1st place
American slopestyle freeskier, Nick Goepper medaled at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, where freeskiing made its Olympic debut and most recently won the Silver medal at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games becoming the first Slopestyle skier to have won two Olympic medals.
Nick grew up in Lawrenceburg, a small town in Southern Indiana. He started skiing at the age of five at a small resort nearby, Perfect North, a place Goepper describes as “the size of your typical bunny hill at any resort out West.” The local 300-foot ski hills had terrain parks and a grassroots freestyle scene. The moment he learned to “catch air” on his skis he fell in love with the sport and it has been his number one passion ever since.
On a visit to an action sports camp in Ohio when Nick was 15, he caught the attention of a veteran in the ski industry. Within a few months, Nick was moving out West, to Mount Hood, Oregon, to attend the action sports school Windells Academy, on a full-ride athletic and academic scholarship with year-round access to training and legendary freeride coach, Mike Hanley. This full time coaching and training was the opportunity of a lifetime for Goepper. Nick’s family remained in Indiana. Nick flourished to the top of the sport and quickly became known globally.
Nick has taken home a total of 5 X-Games medals, two Olympic medals (Silver and Bronze), along with a plethora of national and international podiums finishes.
When not on the slopes, Nick’s cross training include skateboarding, biking, surfing, and swimming. He also enjoys speaking to school groups and visiting children’s hospitals.
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