Southern California snowboarder Brock Crouch first made waves on he international competition scene when he won the Burton European Junior Open in 2014. But he burst onto the scene in 2016 when he won the FIS World Cup Olympic test event in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Born and raised in Carlsbad, CA, the surfer-turned-snowboarder now makes his winter home in Mammoth Lakes, where he progresses on the slopes of Mammoth Mountain. He competes in surf competitions too, but his main focus is slopestyle snowboarding and he has his eye on an Olympic bid in 2018.
Brock started snowboarding at age three. By six, he was entering USASA slopestyle, rail jam and halfpipe contests. He went on to train with a private coach at age eight, which helped his skills progress well beyond those of other snowboarders his age (and many of those much older).
OFF THE SNOW
Crouch is also a talented surfer and has had wins and podium finishes on the WSA and NSSA tours. A true SoCal kid, he also loves to skateboard.
- Alaska Pacific University Nordic Center
- Years on Team: 1
WORLD SNOWBOARD TOUR
35th, SS, 2016
FIS WORLD CUP
Three World Cup starts, one win
1st, SS, PyeongChang, KOR, 2016
13th, SS, Mammoth Mountain, CA, 2016
2nd, SS, World Rookie Finals, AUT, 2016
3rd, SS, U.S. Revolution Tour, Seven Springs Resort, PA, 2016
15th, SS, Burton US Open, Vail, CO, 2016
3rd, SS, U.S. Revolution Tour, Mammoth Mountain, CA, 2015
4th, SS, USASA Nationals, Copper Mountain, CO, 2015
1st, SS, Burton European Open Junior Jam, Laax, SUI, 2014