2014-2015 News and Articles

April 18, 2015: Jason finished in second in both the short program and free skate in the men’s event to help Team USA win gold at the 2015 World Team Trophy in Tokyo, Japan.

March 27-28: Jason finished in fourth place in his first World Championships in Shanghai, China. His placement, along with the 8th place finish for teammate Adam Rippon, helped Team USA keep their three spots for the 2016 World Championships in Boston, Massachusetts. Click here to read Jason’s Worlds blog for IceNetwork.

February 13-14: Jason attempted 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 blogged from the Four Continents Championships in Seoul, South Korea – click here to read it on IceNetwork.

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.

Jason Brown: ‘It paid off” (Golden Skate, January 28, 2015)

Jason Brown on winning the Men’s U.S. Figure Skating Championship (Video Interview)
(WGN-TV/January 27, 2015)

Figure skater Jason Brown embracing role as USA favorite
(USA Today/January 21, 2015)

Jason Brown sets modest goal as U.S. Championships favorite
(NBCOlympics/January 14, 2015)

It’s all about ‘pacing’ for Jason Brown
(Golden Skate/October 26, 2014)

Jason Brown takes Skate America silver in hometown (USA Today/October 26, 2014)

Jason Brown wins Nebelhorn Trophy (NBC Olympics/September 26, 2014)

Jason Brown, Gracie Gold set for international debuts in Germany(NBC Olympics/September 24, 2014)

With season starting, Jason Brown sets sights on 2018(USA Today/September 23, 2014)





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