Keri Herman

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Keri Herman
Medal record
Competitor for the  United States
Women's Freestyle skiing
Copper Grand Prix
Gold 2013 Copper Mountain Slopestyle
Ushuaia World Cup
Gold 2012 Argentina Slopestyle
Winter Dew Tour
Silver 2010 Breckenridge Slopestyle
Bronze 2009 Mt. Snow Slopestyle
Bronze 2008 Breckenridge Slopestyle
Winter X Games
Silver 2010 Aspen Slopestyle
Silver 2011 Aspen Slopestyle
Winter X Games Europe
Silver 2010 Tignes Slopestyle
Silver 2011 Tignes Slopestyle
FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships
Bronze 2011 Park City Slopestyle

Keri Herman (born August 16, 1982) is an American freestyle skier. She won a silver medal in Slopestyle at the 2011 Winter X Games XV in Aspen, Colorado, behind Kaya Turski.[1] The following week, Herman took bronze at the 2011 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.[2] Herman now holds a total of 4 Winter X Games medals. 2 in Aspen and 2 from European X Games in Tignes, France. Keri Herman grew up in Bloomington, MN. She played ice hockey during her four years at Visitation High School as Center for the Visitation Blazers team.[3] She moved to CO to attend the University of Denver where she graduated in 2005 with a BSBA in Finance and Marketing. She studied abroad for a semester at the University of Queensland, Australia. She moved to Breckenridge in 2004 where she has since lived, traveling around the world competing in Slopestyle and Halfpipe skiing events. In 2011 she was named to the first US Freeskiing Slopestyle team. Her sponsors are Monster Energy, Scott USA, Breckenridge Resort, US Freeskiing, Buff, Jiberish, and Discrete.

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