Connie Brogden
Connie Brogden 
  • YOB // 2001
  • Discipline // Freeski - Halfpipe
  • Squad // World Cup Squad
  • Hometown // Riverside, CT, USA

Connie first started skiing at 2 years old, and later progressed onto a race team at her home mountain, Okemo, when she was 8 years old. She quickly realised after a few years of racing that she had a passion for park and pipe skiing. When she was 13 years old she decided to make the switch and joined the park team at Okemo Mountain.

She started off competing in small park competitions, while also competing in moguls and big mountain competitions. At 13 years old Connie won the Ski The East Championships, which is a Big Mountain Competition. As she continued to train and compete she decided to move out to Colorado, at 16 years old.

Connie competed in her first Noram at 14 and got her first World Cup start at 17.  She has podiumed many times in Slopestyle and pipe Norams around the USA, and won Overall National champion in 2015.

Connie’s proudest achievement was winning the Junior World Championships in Leysin Switzerland for Halfpipe in 2019. In 2019 she also won the US Big Air Championships, placed 2nd in the US Halfpipe Championships and 4th in the US Slopestyle Championships that year.

“It’s about bringing the sport forward and progressing it” – Connie Brogden

“It’s about bringing the sport forward and progressing it” – Connie Brogden

After covid slammed the breaks on a fast-developing career, Connie Brogden's back with a new awareness of what matters


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