Welcome to the official website of JASON BROWN, 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Bronze medalist and 2014 U.S. Silver medalist.


April 18: Jason’s News page has been updated with recent article and video links. His next Stars on Ice show will be May 3rd in his hometown of Chicago.

March 14: Jason returned to The Arsenio Hall Show today and a short video clip is linked from the News page; his Events page now lists his 12 Stars on Ice tour dates/cities.

Jason tweeted on March 12 that if the offer code “Jason” is used to buy tickets for his hometown stop of the Stars on Ice tour, $10 will go to the ALS Foundation. Click here to buy tickets via Ticketmaster for the May 3rd Chicago (Rosemont) show.

February 14: Jason competed in the men’s free skate at the 2014 Winter Olympics. He earned a 152.37 in the free skate and 238.37 overall. He finished in 9th place.

February 13: Jason competed in the men’s short program at the 2014 Winter Olympics. He earned a 86.00 (a new ISU personal best score) and was in 6th place, less than a point out of 3rd, going into the free skate. Be sure to check out New York Times’ Christopher Clarey’s in-depth profile of Jason linked on the News page.

February 9: Jason competed in free skate of team event at 2014 Winter Olympics. He earned 153.67, finished in fourth place and earned seven points for Team USA. His score helped Team USA win the bronze medal.

January 24: Jason was a guest on The Arsenio Hall Show today in Hollywood, California. To see the video, go to Jason’s News page.

January 22: Jason participated in a Google Hangout with U.S. Figure Skating. They surprised him with special guest Padraic Moyles of Riverdance. To see the video, go to Jason’s News page.

January 17: Articles have been added to Jason’s News page. His free skate on YouTube has gone viral worldwide and has over 2 million views as of today.

January 14: Photos from the 2014 U.S Figure Skating Championships have been added to Jason’s Gallery page.

January 12: Jason won the free skate (182.61) and the silver medal with a total score of 270.08. He was nominated to the 2014 U.S. Olympic team going to Sochi, Russia!

January 10: Jason placed 3rd in the short program (87.47) at Nationals in Boston, Mass. He will compete his free skate on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 12, which will be televised live by NBC.

December 29, 2013: Jason’s latest blog for Icenetwork has been added to his News page.

December 15: Jason’s official website is launched on his 19th birthday!

November 16: Jason won the bronze medal at Trophee Eric Bompard in Paris


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