"My goals are to continue moving up the World Cup start list and to compete for World Cup podiums and Olympic medals over the next four years."
5 Things You Didn't Know About Brian Mclaughlin
- 1. The Bryce and Ronnie Athlete Snow Safety (BRASS) Foundation has named McLaughlin as an ambassador, helping bring greater awareness to other ski racers and clubs of the dangers outside the race course.
- 2. In 2018, Brian was crowned the NCAA Giant Slalom National Champion.
- 3. When he isn't on the slopes. Brian loves to play baseball, football, and golf. He also travels whenever he can.
- 4. In both 2017 and 2018, Brian received Academic All-Ivy honors at Dartmouth College.
- 5. He made his World Cup debut on home turf in Beaver Creek in December of 2017, and scored his first World Cup points at Beaver Creek, Colo. in 2018 with 18th place.
First World Cup GS points, Beaver Creek, Colo., 2018, 18th place • 27th, GS, Alta Badia, ITA, 2019
NCAA Individual National Champion, GS, 2018 • 3x NCAA All-America First Team, 2016-Slalom; 2017, 2018-Giant Slalom) • 3x All-East First Team, 2016, 2017, 2018 • 3x USCSCA National Collegiate All-Academic Ski Team, 2016, 2017, 2018 • 2x Academic All-Ivy, 2017, 2018 • 8 career victories • 18 career podiums
Brian's Favorite Gear!
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