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Quiksilver adds pipe stunner Lyman Currier to its global snow team

Quiksilver adds pipe stunner Lyman Currier to its global snow team

Quiksilver has officially added halfpipe superstar Lyman Currier to their global snow team. After making some serious noise on the contest scene in recent years, the Boulder, Colorado native also took part in the first ever superpipe event at the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. Currier joins freeskiing legend Candide Thovex on Quik’s snow team.

“I am very excited to have Lyman join our amazing team of snow athletes,” says Garry Wall, Senior Vice President of Global Brand Marketing for Quiksilver. “He is a great addition to the team and will strengthen our position in ski for North America. We look forward to building his profile and helping him to reach his full potential.”

“I am super excited to be part of such an amazing team,” said Currier. “Being on the same roster as Candide and Travis [Rice] is unbelievable and I hope to have the same success with Quiksilver as they have had.”

During the 2013-2014 season, Currier landed on the podium three times, including a win at the Park City Grand Prix event. Currier also finished third overall in the Association of Freeskiing Professional’s 2014 rankings. After suffering a knee injury at the Olympic Games, Currier looks to return to podium finishes in 2015. Congratulations to both parties. Keep on keepin’ on.

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