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Hagen Kearney

Silverthorne, Colo.
Telluride, Colo.
Bradford, Penn.

Hagan Kearney is a motorcycle loving, metal head skateboarder with a knack for the snowboardcross course. He fell in love with snowboarding at nine years old when a family vacation turned into a family relocation to Telluride, CO.

New to the World Cup circuit in 2012, Kearney proved his mettle with impressive Nor-Am finishes, including a whopping eight top-ten finishes in 2012. His World Cup fifth-place finish at Valmalenco, Italy was proof that this versatile athlete has lots of podiums to clean up in the years to come.

In 2013 Kearney competed in seven World Cup races and took the SBX team win at the World Cup opener in Montafon, Austria. During his second season on the SBX team, Kearney continued to impress with consistent points on the World Cup tour and a ninth-place finish at the 2014 X Games. 

He's a now a three-time X Games athlete and in 2016 he logged a couple of top-ten World Cup finishes, as well as a win at the Nor-Am Cup at Ski Cooper in February. 

In 2000, when Kearney was nine years old, he was able to travel to Telluride, but the Kearney family still lived in Florida. To his delight, the family moved to Telluride at the end of 2000. After that, all he wanted to do was snowboard. He remembers, “My brother and I got a private coach in 2005, Jason Troth. He basically taught me how to snowboard and he was my coach/mentor up until the previous season, when I moved to Summit County and joined ISTC. The skills I learned from Jason and ISTC combined really helped my snowboarding get to the level I wanted it to get to. “

Kearney stays active by skating a lot. He started skateboarding before he started snowboarding and in 2016 he competed in the inagural Skatercross competition in San Diego. He's also a huge motorcycle enthusiast and spends a lot of time eating up the pavement on his Harley or 1972 Shovelhead chopper. When he's not skating, riding his bike, or training for snowboarding he plays drums and guitar in a metal band. 


Team Info

  • International Snowboard Training Center (ISTC)
  • 2018 Pyeongchang
  • Telluride Mountain School
  • Years on Team: 2


27 World Cup starts and five top 10s since debut in 2011.

11th, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2016
19th, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2015
9th, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2014

1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Ski Cooper, 2016
2nd, SBX, Nor-Am, Copper Mountain, CO, 2015
4th, SBX, Nor-Am, Ski Cooper, CO, 2015
9th, SBX, Nor-Am, Ski Cooper, CO, 2015
2nd, SBX, Europa Cup, Piztal, AUT, 2-14
1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Copper Mountain, CO, 2012
1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Copper Mountain, CO, 2012
1st, SBX, Nor-Am, Stoneham, CAN, 2012
1st, SBX, USASA Open Class Nationals, 2012