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Welcome to the official website of Jason Brown, 2015 U.S. Champion and 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Bronze medalist

LATEST NEWS

July 30, 2018: A short Q&A with Jason was published on the ISU website: [Jason Brown: I’m so lucky to be able to call so many people from around the world friends]

July 27, 2018: Jason has been invited to perform in the Carnival on Ice show, October 6 in Saitama, Japan [as announced on the event’s official website].

Jason and his mom, Marla, participated in a G2C Seminar, June 29-30, 2018 at the Hampton Roads Iceplex in Yorktown, Virginia, and a local news station broadcast a story that showed him coaching on the ice. For more information on the seminar, click here.

June 28, 2018: Jason is assigned to compete at Skate Canada International and Internationaux de France in the 2018-19 ISU Grand Prix series.

May 29, 2018: Jason announced his coaching change to Brian Orser and Tracy Wilson at the Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club [read U.S. Figure Skating’s press release here] and uploaded a new vlog titled “Life Update: My Next Move” [click here to watch]. International Figure Skating magazine includes more details from Brian Orser in this article — David Wilson will choreograph Jason’s free skate; Rohene Ward already has choreographed his short program.

May 10, 2018: Jason shared an update on his life at the Pittsburgh stop of the Stars on Ice tour in this FSO article (his latest vlog is embedded). This was the first time Jason performed in the entire SOI tour (April 6-May 20, 2018).

February 6, 2018: Pioneer Press article published in the Highland Park section of the Chicago Tribune: The story behind figure skater Jason Brown’s ‘Hamilton’ short program.

January 31, 2018: Jason is featured in the New York Times Magazine‘s Olympics Issue — click here to read “The Unabashed Beauty of Jason Brown on Ice” by Patricia Lockwood.

January 27, 2018: Jason won the bronze medal at the ISU Four Continents Championships with ISU season best scores in his free skate (177.94) and total (269.22). This is his first ISU Championship medal at the senior level. For a recap article, click here.

May 7, 2017: Jason has created a YouTube channel. He will be posting video blogs (vlogs) during the 2017-18 Olympic season to share inside looks into his on-/off-ice experiences, fun times and challenges along the way.