Olympian Nick Page is an exciting talent on the Stifel U.S. Freestyle Ski Team moguls team. Hailing from Park City, Utah, Nick has already represented the United States in both the 2022 Olympic Winter Games and the 2021 and 2023 World Championships. Nick secured his first World Cup victory during the 2022-23 season in Ruka, Finland, and became the first American man to win a World Cup in six years - successfully ending the longest drought in American history.
In 2021, Nick was named the FIS World Cup Rookie of the Year and only a few years later ended the 2022-23 season ranked fifth in the World. Finishing fifth at the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games, Nick was the youngest male to compete in the medal round over the last decade. He is the second person to attempt a cork 1440 in FIS level competition, and the first American to throw the trick at a World Cup. He holds the all-time record for the highest degree of difficulty run ever competed in a moguls competition as of 2022 - and he is just getting started.
"I’m obsessed with getting better. I’m never satisfied and can’t wait to keep achieving my goals."
6 Things You Didn't Know About Nick Page
- 1. Nick is the second person to attempt a cork 1440 in FIS level competition, and the first American to throw the trick at a World Cup.
- 2. Nick holds the all-time record for the highest degree of difficulty run ever competed in a moguls competition. (March 2022; Megev, France)
- 3. Nick is the youngest man to ever win a NorAm event at only 16 years old— narrowly edging out legend Jeremy Bloom by just a few months.
- 4. Nick got into mogul skiing when he was 7 after watching Bryon Wilson win bronze at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Years later, Bryon became Nick's coach, friend and mentor at Wasatch Freestyle.
- 5. He is the third mogul skier in the world to do a double cork 10 in a mogul course
- 6. Nick has performed 30 different tricks on snow, and 73 different tricks on water ramps