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|Born||16 December 1998|
|Ski club||Norge Ski Club|
|Personal best||216.5 m (710 ft) |
Vikersund, 18 March 2017
|World Cup career|
|Updated on 25 March 2018.|
Casey Larson (born 16 December 1998) is an American ski jumper. According to historian Bill Malon, he became the 100,000th Olympic male athlete to compete at both summer and winter Olympics of modern era.
He set a new hill record of 105 meters on the K90 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado at the “early snow” competition.
He participated in the Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway and Junior World Championships in Rasnov, Romania in 2016.
Casey Larson is one of three Chicago-area teens to make the 2018 Olympic Ski-Jumping Team. He finished at 39th place at normal hill individual.
Larson attended Barrington High School in Barrington, IL, a north-west suburb of Chicago.
- Standings through 25 March 2018
Individual starts (1)
- "American Casey Larson makes history with ski jump at Olympics". CBSnews.com. Retrieved 10 February 2018.
- "Casey Lanson profile on USA Nordic". publisherusanordic.org. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- Danahey, Mike. "3 Chicago-area ski club members make U.S. Olympic ski jump team: 'Unprecedented'". The Courier-News. The Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 10 February 2018.