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


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 here).

January 31, 2018: Jason is featured in the New York Times Magazine’s Olympic 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 Four Continents Championships with ISU season best scores in his free skate (177.94) and total (269.22).

January 7, 2018: Jason was assigned to the Four Continents Championships, January 22-27, in Taipei City (Taiwan). He also was named the men’s first alternate to both the Winter Olympic Games (February 9-25 in PyeongChang, South Korea) and the World Championships (March 19-25 in Milan, Italy).

January 6, 2018: Jason finished in sixth place at the 2018 U.S. Championships in San Jose, California. He was third in the short program and sixth in the free skate.

December 8, 2017: Jason finished in sixth place in his first Grand Prix Final in Nagoya, Japan.

December 4, 2017: Jason will be full-time member of the 2018 U.S. Stars on Ice cast. The tour begins April 6, 2018, in Fort Myers, Florida. To see more dates, click here.

December 1, 2017: China’s Boyang Jin withdraws from the Grand Prix Final due to injury. As first alternate, Jason will compete at the Final in Nagoya, Japan, December 7-10, 2017.

November 11, 2017: Jason finishes just off the podium, in 4th place at his second Grand Prix event of the season, NHK Trophy. 

October 28, 2017: Jason earns his second silver medal of the scene by winning the silver medal at his first Grand Prix of the season at Skate Canada International. He will compete at his second Grand Prix event,  NHK Trophy, Nov. 10-12, 2017.

September 16, 2017: Jason won his second consecutive silver medal at Lombardia Trophy in Bergamo, Italy. See photos from the event on his gallery page.

May 7, 2017: Jason has created a YouTube channel. He will be posting video blogs about the season, behind the scenes stuff, dance and music videos, an an inside look at the fun experiences, challenges and ups and downs as he tries to make his second Olympic team.