Originally from New York, Chris Logan’s home ski resort is Mammoth Mountain, Calif., but when he’s in Breckenridge – say, for the Dew Tour – he brings a lot of friends and a big bag of tricks. Suffice it to say he does his fair share of putting his mark on the place (among the world’s best freeskiers, he made it to the slopestyle semi-finals).
The 23-year-old began skiing when he was 3 and it didn’t take him long from there to start catching air and spinning. Now you are likely to catch him in a number of Level 1 Productions ski films, in a cloud of powder, flying off massive jumps, twirling through the air like a top and sliding rails as easily as jumping rope.
While several skiers have rituals on the mountain – especially when launching into a slopestyle or rails contest just for an extra boost of magic before the competition – Logan does not believe in such things.
Here are some other interesting tidbits about Chris Logan:
Home: Mammoth, California
Started skiing: At age 3
Mittens or gloves? Mittens
Fun fact: Has a younger sister (Devin Logan) who also rips
Rituals on the mountain: I just try to keep it the same. I’m not really too superstitious
How to calm nerves before competition: Try to let the music go and don’t think about it too much. It’s just another day skiing.
Favorite tunes on the playlist: Dipset Anthem