Down Hill Skier

Sundance, Utah   2010 alpine skiing. He  finished 20th in the men’s alpine downhill ski race


Steven Nyman, born and bred in Utah, was skiing at 2 (Dad ran the ski school at Sundance) and was a discretionary pick to the 2002 Junior Worlds squad; two medals launched his U.S. Ski Team career and his first World Cup win in 2007 showed how much he’s progressed.

Nyman is a Mormon, and he says “it’s been tough to uphold my standards” on the party-hard skiing circuit. He says he enjoys going out with friends to celebrate good performances but that he’s not one of the guys who will stay out past 2 a.m. “I feel confident with who I am and what I believe in,”

Also competed in the 2006 Olympics in Torino, Italy

He is a member of the Riverwoods Ward, Provo Utah Edgemont North Stake


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