Colby Stevenson, a Park City, Utah native, is a creative and technical skier who continues to push not only the envelope of his disciplines in slopestyle and big air but in big mountain riding as well. Showcasing his expertise in both disciplines, Stevenson clenched the silver medal win at the Olympic Winter Games in 2022 in big air and was also crowned the king of Corbet’s in 2023 at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, becoming the first skier to ever take off switch into the famous couloir.
A true renaissance man, Colby's dynamic lifestyle extends to a diverse range of action sports, including mountain biking, motocross, wakeboarding, surfing, and golf. He sees these pursuits not just as hobbies but as tools to refine his creativity and style in freestyle skiing. Colby's ability to seamlessly translate the flow and uniqueness from these activities to the park and mountains sets him apart in the world of freestyle skiing, constantly pushing the boundaries of what's possible.
"Just to go out and land that run that I've been doing in my head for months, it was one of the best feelings, for sure. I can't believe it. "
4 Things You Didn't Know About Colby Stevenson
- 1. Stevenson started his skiing career young, making the rookie team in 2013 at age 15.
- 2. In 2014, Stevenson managed a double podium at the USASA Nationals: first in slopestyle and second in halfpipe.
- 3. When Stevenson is not on the slopes, he enjoys riding his bike, dirt biking, skateboarding, and wakeboarding.
- 4. He got on a pair of skiing before he was 2 years old.
Colby Stevenson | Visa Big Air in Steamboat | Xfinity Highlights | 2021
Colby Stevenson Run 1 | Silvaplana Slopestyle 2021
Colby Stevenson Wins - 2021 Aspen Grand Prix Freeski Slopestyle
Colby Stevenson's Silver Medal Run | Freeski World Champs Slopestyle Aspen 2021
Colby Stevenson's Second Place Run | Freeski Slopestyle | 2020 Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain