Vote for Bobby Brown for ESPN's 2010 ESPY Awards
BRECKENRIDGE, Colo., - July 7, 2010 – At just 19 years old, Breckenridge Freeride Team’s Bobby Brown has quickly become a phenomena in the skiing world. This past ski season, Bobby broke out as a top tier action sport athlete by winning two gold medals at the 2010 Winter X Games in both Ski Big Air and Ski Slopestyle; the only athlete to win two gold medals in 2010. That feat has earned him a nomination for ESPN’s 2010 ESPY Male Action Sports Athlete of the Year.
In his history-making Big Air run during the 2010 Winter X Games, Bobby dropped in first and threw two never before seen tricks, a switch double misty 1260 followed by a switch double misty 1440, earning him two back-to-back perfect scores. He also placed forth in slopestyle at the Alli Sports’ Winter Dew Tour stop in Breckenridge, and third place at the Snowbasin, UT stop.
For more information about the Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Freeride Team and Bobby, including photos and videos, visit www.breckenridge1080.com