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Lyman Currier

Boulder, Colo.
Boulder, Colo.
Boulder, Colo.
Pro Halfpipe - Freeskiing

Lyman Currier is a talented skier out of Boulder, Colo., who competed for the U.S. in halfpipe at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Once a triple threat (halfpipe, slopestyle and big air), Currier has focused more steadily on halfpipe in recent years, and is having marked success on the competition circuit. 

Coming in hot to the 2014 Olympic qualifying series, Currier bagged three podium finishes, including the win at the Park City Grand Prix, and earned his Olympic spot through objective criteria. Following in the footsteps of his father, David Currier, who competed in the 1972 Olympics as an alpine skier, Lyman represented his country at the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games for his sport’s debut. Under bright lights and snowy skies, Currier suffered a blown ACL during the qualifying round, putting his Olympic gold dreams on hold for another four years. 

In 2016 Currier had top-10 finishes at the New Zealand Winter Games, Dew Tour, X Games Aspen and the Park City U.S. Grand Prix. He hit the podium at the World Cup Final in La Clusaz, France (also known as the SFR Freestyle Tour), finishing second behind Kevin Rolland. 

Currier first learned to ski in 1996 when he was 18 months old when he wasn’t stuck in daycare at Beaver Creek. Although still in diapers, his parents found the smallest boots available, and he was a little ripper by the time he got into ski school at three years old.

In the summertime, you’ll find Currier with his Boulder crew of friends playing basketball, training and listening to music. He also enjoys travel, culture, and food.


Team Info

  • Winter Park Freeski Team
  • 2014 Sochi
  • Years on Team: 7


9th, HP, Park City, Utah, 2016
11th, HP, Mammoth Mountain, Calif., 2016
1st, HP, Park City #2, Utah, 2014
3rd, HP, Park City #1, Utah, 2014
6th, HP, Mammoth Mountain, Calif., 2012
8th, HP, Copper Mountain, Colo., 2013

6th, HP, Aspen, Colo., 2016
18th, HP, Oslo, NOR, 2016
7th, HP, Aspen, Colo., 2015
6th, HP, Aspen, Colo., 2014

1st, SS, Sierra Nevada, SPA, 2013 (First career World Cup win)
2nd, HP, Tignes, FRA, 2016
6th, HP, Mammoth Mountain, Calif., 2012