Øystein Bråten

Freestyle

It seems as if Norway breeds freestyle talent, whether they are on one or two planks. Øystein Bråten decided on the path of two planks early on, while his brother went for snowboarding. Together they shredded homemade setups in their garden, and this dedication most definitely paid off, as both are professional athletes in their chosen field. Growing up in the small village of Torpo, between the famous ski areas Hemsedal and Geilo, Øystein quickly found his way into the Norwegian freeski scene and his ascent to the top began. In 2010 and 2011 he became Norwegian champion in Slopestyle and this year he won the X Games Gold in Aspen and X Games GOLD in Noway. At just 22 years old, he is considered one of the biggest talents in the international freeski scene.

Facts

Date of birth
21.07.1995
Nationality
Norway
Home mountain
Ål
Motto
Ski or die
Disciplines
Freeski slopestyle and Big Air
Hobbies
Skateboard, Tennis, Travelling, Ping Pong
Top results

Olympic GOLD medalist PyeongChang 2018 Slopestyle

2018 XGames Silver Medalist Aspen

2017 X Games Gold Aspen Slopestyle

2017 X Games Gold Norway

2016 X Games Bronze Medalist Aspen

2017/2018 1st World Cup Slopestyle Stubai AUT

3rd World Cup Slopestyle Snowmass USA

3rd World Cup Slopetyle Font-Romeu FR

3rd World Cup Big Air Monchengladbach GER

Interview

1. Favorite Marker Binding
Jester 16
2. Why?
Solid binding that I never have any problems with which is super important.
3. Why do you like being a part of the Marker team?
I’m happy to be on the Marker team because having a good binding is important, and they look cool.
4. How long have you been riding for Marker?
8 years
5. What age did you start skiing? 
My whole life, but I got started riding twin tips when I was 10.

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