International freeskier Bobby Brown is set to make some serious noise at the Toyota One Hit Wonder Down Under when he is set to battle it our against a hand-picked line up of big-name Australian and international riders this September 14th u2;013 18th.
As a supporter of the Toyota One Hit Wonder, Salomon were invited to put forward one of their team riders to compete in Australiau2;019s most watched skiing and snowboarding big-air event. Theyu2;019ve nominated Brown, the 18 year-old from Colorado, who in one short season, has gone from a promising freshman to the man to beat in big-air competition. Earlier this year he made history when he became the first to win two events (slopestyle and big-air) in the Aspen Winter X Games. u2;01CIu2;019m pumped to be heading Down Under! I canu2;019t think of a better way to spend my off-season than Thredbo in the spring-time,u2;01D says Brown.
Brown will be competing alongside other hand-picked big-name Australian and international riders aiming to secure the best u2;018one-hitu2;019 in front of the cameras. u2;01CHaving an international pro of Brownu2;019s caliber in our mountains is a first for Australia and no doubt will push our own athletes out of their comfort zone.u2;01D Comments editor of Powderhound magazine, Christie Dowling; u2;01CThe Powderhound lenses will be front-row to capture the spectacle.u2;01D
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