Ogden-born Nick Hendrickson now calls Park City home, which is perfect for a 2011 World Championship team member with an itch for the outdoors. (Tom Kelly/USSA)
Olympic champion Billy Demong rounds a high speed corner en route to a second place finish in the FIS Nordic Combined Continental Cup at Soldier Hollow. (U.S. Ski Team – Tom Kelly)
Olympic Champion Billy Demong sprinted to victory at the FIS Nordic Combined Continental Cup on the 2002 Olympic course at Soldier Hollow. (Photo: Tom Kelly/U.S. Ski Team)
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Nick Hendrickson Quick Facts
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Nick Hendrickson is part of the U.S. Nordic Combined Team’s wave of young athletes quickly rising to challenge the strong veteran squad. Living and training in the U.S. Team’s home of Park City, UT for much of his life have given him a great advantage on the world stage.
In 2013 Hendrickson continued competing on the Continental Cup circuit, finishing as high as 17th. The season came on the heels of a strong 2012 campaign, which saw Hendrickson take four straight top-10s and end the year 28th in the Continental Cup rankings. Hendrickson also made the 2011 World Championships squad in just his second season on the U.S. Team.
After building confidence in 2013, Hendrickson has high hopes for 2014, and sees the Olympics as his ultimate goal.
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