"Being able to compete under pressure and land my jumps really made me feel like I had achieved something big."
4 Things You Didn't Know About Chris Lillis
- 1. Chris was the youngest man ever to win a FIS aerials World Cup, claiming the top spot as a 17 year old in 2016.
- 2. He has had 13 career podiums in NorAms, with four of those being career wins.
- 3. When he isn't on the slopes, Lillis teaches guitar and piano lessons to local students in Park City.
- 4. Chris is the first American to compete a quintuple (five twists, three flips) since the late Jeret "Speedy" Peterson in 2010.
Teams: 2019, 2021, 2023 • Silver, Almaty, KAZ, 2021 • Bronze, AET, Almaty, KAZ, 2021 • Gold, AET, Bakuriani, GEO, 2023
1st, AE, Minsk, 2016 • 3rd, AE, Minsk, 2020 • 1st, AE, Almaty, 2020 • 2nd, AE, Moscow, 2021 • 2nd, AET, Ruka, 2021 • 3rd, AE, Le Relais, 2023
1st, 2022, Bristol Mountain, N.Y. • 1st, 2021, Utah Olympic Park, Utah • 1st, 2019, Lake Placid, N.Y.