Welcome to the official website of Jason Brown, 2015 U.S. Champion, 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Bronze medalist and 2014 U.S. silver medalist.
February 13-14-Jason attempts his first quadruple jump at competition during the short program at the Four Continents Championships in Seoul, South Korea. After being in ninth place after the short program, Jason finished in sixth place overall.
February 10-Jason is blogging from the Four Continents Championships in Seoul, South Korea. To read his blogs, go to his news page.
January 27-Jason appeared (via Skype) on WGN-TV in Chicago. To see his interview, visit his News page.
January 25-Jason won his first U.S. Championship with a free skate score of 181.62 and an overall score of 274.98. He will represent the U.S. at the World Championships and Four Continents Championships.
January 20-Jason has teamed up with Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem to donate new stuffed animals thrown onto the ice to him this week during the 2015 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships at the Greensboro Coliseum. Brown will present his donations to the families on Monday January 26.
November 29-Jason has qualified as the first alternate for the Grand Prix Finals in Barcelona, Spain. He will compete if any of the qualifiers decide to withdraw from the event before the competition.
November 15-After finishing in seventh place in the short program, Jason finishes fourth in the free skate to finish in 5th place at Rostelecom Cup in Moscow, Russia. His free skate score (159.24) was his highest score of his international career.
October 25: Jason wins the silver medal at Skate America in front of a hometown crowd in Chicago, Illinois. To see video of his short program and free skate, go to Jason’s Program page.
September 26: Jason won the Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany. His first gold medal of his senior international career. To see video of his short program and free skate, go to Jason’s Program page.