Chris Corning has quickly made a name for himself in both slopestyle and big air. He won his first World Cup in 2015, has two World Championship medals and two World Cup titles, and throws down some of the hardest tricks on the competition circuit. Chris made his first Olympic team in 2018 and just missed the medals with a fourth place finish in the debut of big air snowboarding.
Growing up in Denver, Colorado, Corning had the opportunity to start snowboarding at the age of seven. He eventually moved to Silverthorne where he has easy access to resorts such as Keystone, Breckenridge, and Copper Mountain. Before joining U.S. Snowboarding, Corning trained with the Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club.
OFF THE SNOW
When he's not chasing snow around the globe, Corning likes to get on a dirt bike, skateboard and play frisbee golf.
- Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club
- 2018 Pyeongchang
- Years on Team: 3
OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES
4th, BA, PyeongChang, KOR, 2018
17th, SS, PyeongChang, KOR, 2018
Silver, BA, Sierra Nevada, 2017
Bronze, SS, Sierra Nevada, 2017
WORLD CUP HIGHLIGHTS
First win and podium: SS, Cardrona, NZL, 2015
2018 slopestyle and overall World Cup title
2016 slopestyle World Cup title
JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Gold, SS, Spindleruv Mlyn, CZE, 2017
Gold, SS, Italy, 2016
Gold, BA, Italy, 2016