Nick Alexander debuted on the World Cup circuit in 2009 and then scored a spot on the 2010 Olympic team, where he helped take an 11th-place finish in the team event. That same year he won a U.S. title. Several top-ten finishes on the Continental Cup circuit, including a podium in 2013, show that Alexander is ready to take a leap up to the next level in Sochi.
Alexander began jumping at age 10 on the 25m and 50m jumps just a mile from his childhood home in Lebanon, N.H.. He credits hist family and the coaches at Lebanon Outing Club for his rise into the international jumping ranks. He went to Lake Placid's National Sports Academy in order to balance school and training. Alexander enjoys music, photography and flight simulators as well as Korean food.
- National Sports Academy Lake Placid
- Years on Team: 3
- 2013 USSA National Champion
- 2013 U.S. Championships, 2nd (LH)
- 2010 Olympic Winter Games, 11th (team HS140), 40th (HS140), 41st (HS106)
- 2010 U.S. Champion
- 2010 Ski Flying World Championships, 10th (team HS215)
- 2008 FIS Junior World Ski Championships, 8th (team HS94), 56th (HS94)