Nick Goepper is an American freestyle skier who is making headlines for his incredible second-place finish in the Winter Olympics 2022.

Nicholas Charles Goepper (born March 14, 1994) is a freestyle skier from the United States.

Goepper won a silver medal in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. He also won a bronze medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia representing the United States of America.

Ryan has won three gold medals and two silver medals at the Winter X Games. His sponsors include many brands like PowerBar, Red Bull, Kulkea, Völkl, etc.

Skier Nick Goepper Accident and Crash Video

Skier Nick Goepper recently bagged a silver medal in the Winter Olympics. However, he did not have an accident, and there is no crash video.

He finished in second place in the Men's Slopestyle Winter Olympics behind his fellow American teammate Alex Hall. Goepper, who also won bronze in slopestyle in Sochi, clocked an 86.48 on his second run.

On the bottom jumps, the four-time X Games Aspen champion flung a switch 450 onto the first rail, then went blindside 630 off the "Shred Shed," then a switch double bio 1260, a right side double cork 1440 off "The Matrix" side takeoff, and a left double 14.

Meet Nick Goepper Family On Instagram

Nick Goepper has two younger sisters and a younger brother in his family and is active on Instagram under the handles @bradeegoepper@jasongoepper and @kaseygoepper.

Nick Goepper's family traveled to Sochi, Russia for the Olympics to support him. Linda Goepper, Nick's mother, remarked that she never doubted her son's ability to compete against the world's greatest athletes.

Goepper proposed to his fiancée on Marco Island, Florida, on May 4, 2018, and the couple announced their engagement on Instagram with the comment "She'll be with me for the rest of her life! Not for long, Lizzy Braun".

Her fiance is active on Instagram under the handle @lizzabraun.

Nick Goepper Winter Olympics 2022

Nick Goepper finished second in the Men's Slopestyle Winter Olympics 2022 and bagged a silver medal for the Team USA. He won his third career Winter Games medal, repeating his silver from PyeongChang.

Since bursting onto the scene in 2011 with a third-place result at Dew Tour Killington, the 27-year-old Indiana native has been through a lot. He suffered from despair and frequent drinking after winning bronze in 2014 and eventually entered rehab.

He regained his composure and competed at the 2018 Olympics, winning silver.