California native Brandon Davis is among the next generation of slopestyle chargers breaking onto the pro slopestyle scene.
After becoming acquainted with snowboarding at the age of five, he spent everyday snowboarding with his father and friends at Snow Summit, CA.
And it was this everyday dedication which laid the base for what has become one of the most interesting career's of the most recent seasons.
Davis got his competitive start in 2003 and by 2012 he had earned his first major career achievement, taking home a bronze medal at the FIS Junior World Championships.
In 2014, Davis narrowly missed making the first-ever U.S. Olympic team grabbing a fourth place finish at the final Olympic qualifier in Mammoth Mountain, CA.
One year later, Davis continued his upward momentum grabbing a third place in the big air event at the FIS World Cup in Istanbul, Turkey with his triumph at the FIS World Cup at Mammoth Mountain in January 2016 marking his career's high so far.
When he's not on snow, Davis enjoys fishing, camping and skateboarding.
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