PARK CITY, Utah — The Wasatch Freestyle Foundation has announced the hire of 3-time Olympian and former Alumni, Bradley Wilson, as the new head mogul coach.
A decorated and experienced skier, Wilson is coming off his final season of competition which included top-10 finishes in the overall moguls and dual moguls World Cup standings and an appearance at the 2022 Beijing Games, where he finished 25th. Wilson’s career accomplishments include three World Cup wins, 16 World Cup podium finishes, and two World Championships medals.
“I couldn’t be more excited about coming back to Wasatch and helping out as best I can. This program is the reason I was able to have success in the sport, and I am excited to be able to share my experiences now to the next generation. Wasatch’s vision and passion lines up well with mine; they are an incredible group of selfless people with one goal in mind, to give the athletes everything they can, so the athletes can go out and be successful athletes and people,” Wilson said.
In addition to the hire of Wilson, The Wasatch Freestyle Foundation also announced the promotions of Former Alumni and 2022 Wasatch Freestyle Head Coach Bobby Carroll, who will be taking on the Assistant Director role, and Kristin Zetzer, who will be filing the position as Director of Development and accounts manager.
“I am extremely excited about the new position moving forward. I look forward to the continued success of the Wasatch Freestyle Foundation,” Carroll said.
“I am looking forward to being able to focus my energy on the young athletes and awesome staff in our Deer Valley Weekend Program,” Zetzer added.
As the organization grows and develops with these new roles, Wasatch is coming off of one of its most successful seasons to date, with multiple athletes such as Wilson, Nick Page, and Cole McDonald competing in the Olympic Winter Games. Meanwhile, several others participated in the Deer Valley World Cup back in January.